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Rap: rivalry and chivalry
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Where is the next generation? — more bad news for maths education.
Einstein as icon
One hundred years ago, in 1905, Albert Einstein changed physics forever with his special theory of relativity. Since then his name — and hair do — have become synonymous with genius.
John D Barrow
looks at Einstein as a media star.
Editorial, mathematics education, mathematics in the media, public understanding of mathematics, adrian smith
Where is the next generation? - more bad news for maths education.
Can Plus cure crazy scientists? - the science stereotype persists.
Who do you trust?
Statisticians welcome a call to make official statistics independent - but can it really be done in one hour?
Million dollar maths
Visit the front-line of science at the BA Festival of Science and hear about the million dollar world of mathematical proof
Maths on the wall
The beautiful "Maths goes Underground" posters are back by popular demand.
Seeking truth with statistics
Is complex statistical evidence being presented properly in court?
Struggling for sixteen
A new attempt to solve Hilbert's 16th problem is causing controversy.
Burning buried sunshine
How many ancient forests are in your tank?
LHC glimpses hint of new physics
Latest observations hint towards new particles.
Information, decisions and bits
A brief introduction to bits and why they're not the same as 0s and 1s.
Why a perfect voting system is mathematically impossible.
Information about information
What is information and how does it shape our reality?
The physics of elementary particles: Part I
It's amazing to think that our world is based on a handful of fundamental particles and forces. Find out how...
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