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Article Round-Up XIV

Here’s a round-up of some articles.

We also kicked off the New Scientist podcast. This week featuring moi!

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Monthly Round-up December

Here are the things I’ve written in December…

A bit of a quite month on the publishing front, but not on the writing front. Lots to be released in 2017!

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Monthly Round-up November

Here are the things I’ve written in November…

Lógó íslenskra Pírata

Lógó íslenskra Pírata

And I also scripted/produced/presented a radio piece for the Naked Scientists on the BBC.

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Monthly Round-up October

Image Credit: Asgardia

Image Credit: Asgardia

This month was my first full month at New Scientist. In case you missed my articles, I wrote about…

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OUT NOW Awesome Maths Book to Blow Your Mind!

Image Credit: Joe Lyward

Image Credit: Joe Lyward

Love reading? Hate reading? You’ll love this. From a 19th century ship filled with gold to Pixar movies, to sports, to the universe’s favourite number, this must-buy book has everything.

Just read the reviews:

“… a book so clever that your head will likely explode.” — Aaron on Facebook.

“Rest assured, this is a book for the masses, there will be something for everyone.” —  George Clark on his blog. 

“You must buy this book.” — Timothy Revell

If you buy one thing this year, make it Man vs Maths. I can’t praise it enough and I wrote it.

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BBC – Fermat’s Last Abel Prize

Image Credit: Audun Braastad

Image Credit: Audun Braastad

Direct from Dr. Chris Smith himself:

Last week, one of the world’s largest mathematical prizes was handed out in Oslo, Norway. It was given to Andrew Wiles for solving what’s known as Fermat’s Last Theorem a famous 350 year old problem in number theory. We sent our reporter Timothy Revell along to find out who won, and why, and to soak up the mathmosphere!

Listen to the radio piece here featuring Sir Andrew Wiles and Simon Singh .

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