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The butterfly flap felt across the world
The father of chaos theory dies
Chaos in the brain
Saying that someone is a chaotic thinker might seem like an insult - but, according to
, it could be that the mathematical phenomenon of chaos is a crucial part of what makes our brains work.
School students help researchers fight diseases
A project involving secondary school students has delivered valuable data for epidemiologists.
Trisecting the angle with a straightedge
The impossible becomes possible when you move into the third dimension.
Maths in a minute: Tiling troubles
Why there are only three regular polygons you can tile a wall with.
Information about information
What is information and how does it shape our reality?
Want less traffic? Build fewer roads!
A mathematical "paradox" explains why more roads don't necessarily mean fewer traffic jams.
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