mathematics in the media

The beautiful "Maths goes Underground" posters are back by popular demand.
Is complex statistical evidence being presented properly in court?
A new attempt to solve Hilbert's 16th problem is causing controversy.
How many ancient forests are in your tank?
Is maths succeeding in putting astronomical threats in perspective?
Can Dan Goldston and Cem Yalcin Yildrim repair the hole in their proof to make the biggest breakthrough in prime number theory for 80 years?
If you had a crystal ball that allowed you to see your future, what would you arrange differently about your finances? Plus talks to the Government Actuary, Chris Daykin about the pensions crisis, and how actuaries use statistical and modelling techniques to plan for all our futures.
The work of Donald Coxeter, who died on 31 March 2003, will continue to inspire both mathematicians and artists.
As the largest experiment ever conducted on GM crops ends, environmentalists are concerned that the maths might not add up.
A new series of More or Less, BBC Radio 4's series devoted to all things numerical, starts on November 12th. Presenter Andrew Dilnot tells Plus about the motivation behind the programme.
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