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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke with special guest Sharon Evans about the IMA early career activities and how you can help her by answering a question, and then to each other about: Leonardo DiCaprio tipped to play Alan Turing; 'Jewish' Math Problems; Nobel Economics prize; The futile predictions of the pointless 'science' of economics; Model of Language Incorporates Need for Repetition; Studying Random Structures With Confetti; Adorable Fractal Analysis; Benford's Law Resurgence?; Best High Schools for Math and Science; Dr Maths in Ireland; and more.
Sharon Evan's Market Research blog post
Sharon Evans Twitter
IMA Facebook Group
IMA LinkedIn Group
Sharon Evans Google+
NME: Leonardo DiCaprio frontrunner to portray codebreaker Alan Turing
Guardian: Leonardo DiCaprio tipped to play codebreaker Alan Turing
How to Solve 'Jewish' Math Problems
Nobel Prize webpage on Economics prize
RSS on Economics prize
Saving the economy with Plus
The futile predictions of the pointless 'science' of economics
Model of Language Incorporates Need for Repetition
Studying Random Structures With Confetti
Adorable Fractal Analysis
christianp's arty maths tumblr
Benford's Law and the Decreasing Reliability of Accounting Data
Best High Schools for Math and Science
Dr Maths adds fun to tricky subject
82nd Carnival of Mathematics
Redacted Bayes theorem Court Report
Math/Maths Twitter App
New CP Podcast
Internet Maths Aperiodical Vol. 1
The Patent World Order
IMA Branches calendar
IMA Virtual Branch Talk #2: Interesting ideas in Search Engines, Games and Social Networks
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