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  1. 'An imaginary tale'

    ... numbers and functions stretches across two millennia and features a melting pot of awfully clever people. It's a tale of uncomfortable ...

    plusadmin - 22 Apr 2015 - 17:28 - 0 comments

  2. The Plus Paralympic calendar: Thursday 30th August

    ... commonest events on the track and in the marathon, which now features in most top-flight big city races, like London and Boston. It is ...

    Marianne - 23 Apr 2015 - 11:08 - 0 comments

  3. 'Life in the Universe'

    ... a comprehensive introduction to geophysics, for example how features of our Earth such as its size, the presence of plate tectonics and a ...

    plusadmin - 22 Apr 2015 - 17:33 - 0 comments

  4. Secret symmetry and the Higgs boson (Part II)

    ... of the original theories, whilst retaining all the nice features that symmetry brought to these theories. Higgs realised that Landau's ...

    Marianne - 23 Apr 2015 - 11:07 - 1 comment

  5. Elusive twins

    ... The homepage of the mathematician Chris Caldwell features just about everything you could want to know about primes. Check ...

    plusadmin - 8 Apr 2015 - 15:47 - 0 comments

  6. In a lower dimension

    ... boundary world (which is in fact 4D) has many nice features we're not sure the real world actually has. But Madacena's ...

    Marianne - 25 Mar 2015 - 16:42 - 0 comments

  7. Mathematics and the nature of reality

    ... of nature really constant? — Are the unchanging features of the Universe really unchanging? Mathematics and the ...

    Marianne - 4 Mar 2015 - 12:51 - 2 comments

  8. Shattering crystal symmetries

    ... symmetry and its diffraction pattern would have the same features as those produced from Shechtman's crystal. Roger Penrose's ...

    Rachel - 14 Jan 2015 - 11:52 - 3 comments

  9. Who made the laws of nature?

    ... 13.8 billion years ago. In trying to explain some of the features we see in our Universe, for example that heat flows from hot bodies ... does make our theory of the Universe better: we can derive features from the world from it that otherwise can't be derived, such as the ...

    Marianne - 7 Nov 2014 - 10:18 - 8 comments

  10. Ten years, 100,000 teenagers

    ... who all also happen to be mathematicians. Each show features several talks on topics ranging from roller coasters to the maths used ...

    Rachel - 23 Oct 2014 - 12:03 - 0 comments