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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Letting There Be More Mosquitoes May Lead to Fewer Malaria Deaths; Australian mathematicians say some endangered species “not worth saving”; Are Ants Smarter Than Fifth-Graders at Math?; the Duckworth-Lewis Method; 2 reviews of Alex's Adventures in Numberland; Ethnomathematics; How do routefinders find their routes?; New Symmetries; Open University to get US funding; The On-Line Blog of Integer Sequences; The Big Risk Test; MathsJam 2011; whether Samuel passed his thesis defence; and more.
Letting There Be More Mosquitoes May Lead to Fewer Malaria Deaths, Say Researchers
Australian mathematicians say some endangered species “not worth saving”
Are Ants Smarter Than Fifth-Graders at Math?
Using Math to Make Complex Systems Simple
Mathematics of Life by Ian Stewart - review
Being Duckworth-Lewis: cricket's weather-break mathematicians
Alex's Adventures in Numberland, by Alex Bellos – review
Alex's Adventures in Numberland by Alex Bellos
Ethnomathematics shows students their connections to Math
How do routefinders find their routes?
Open University to get US funding
The On-Line Blog of Integer Sequences
The Big Risk Test
NRICH NQT Teacher Inspiration Day - 24 June 2011
Maths Inspiration Autumn 2011- dates announced, booking opens 1 July
Carnival of Math #76
Maths Busking Facebook
Innovation in mathematics HE teaching & learning
Technology in mathematics HE teaching & learning
Funding Call / HE Mathematics Curriculum Summit outcomes
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