Monthly Archives: September 2012

Stories for Mathematicians: The Mathematical Fiction Homepage

If you enjoy math, it’s a pretty fair bet that you’ve seen A Beautiful Mind, the Academy Award-winning film about the life of mathematician John Forbes Nash.  Perhaps you’ve even read Sylvia Nasar’s biography of Nash, on which the movie … Continue reading

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Return of Prof. Strogatz’s Column in the New York Times

Two years ago, Professor Steven Strogatz wrote a series of articles for the New York Times titled The Elements of Math. In the first installation he covered topics such as infinity, calculus and group theory. The Professor is back with … Continue reading

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Crossword Puzzle #14

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Dance your math PhD

When I heard that there was a contest to explain your PhD thesis through dance, I knew that I had to do it. I spent a few months thinking about how to turn my theorem into a compelling dance, and … Continue reading

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Crossword Puzzle #13

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