**October**- "Knot too difficult" in
*The New York Times* - The fractal structure of the human heart
- Viral video: "Math isn't real."
- Mathematicians and their chalk, on
*CNN*

**September**- Bayes's Theorem in the
*New York Times* - $SL(2,\mathbb{R})$ in fusion reactor
- Topology and physics, the recent history

**August**- Ron Graham obituaries
- Dogs' ages in human years: a new rule
- Language learning: an emergent phenomenon?

**April**- Three is a crowd
- 2020 Abel Prize in the
*New York Times* - Freeman Dyson, mathematician?
- Logarithms and the Coronavirus

**March**- A mathematician as mayor of Paris?
- Quadratic equations in the
*New York Times* - Death of a "hidden figure"

**December**- John Tate obituary in
*The New York Times* - Stability of hyperbolic origami
- On mathematical creativity, in
*The New Yorker* - "Simple Parking Strategies"

**November**- A "Rosetta Stone" from Linear Algebra
- Progress in rapid integer factorization
- Chaos in the
*Wall Street Journal* - Heliknotons

**October**- Math in
*The Paris Review* *Do Not Erase*- No universal lottery ticket without the Axiom of Choice

**September**- Mitchell Feigenbaum obituary in the
*New York Times* - Mathematics and the Visual Cortex
- Much ado about PEMDAS

**August**- Alexandre Grothendieck, math artist
- The mathematics of knitting
- A "Leafy Mathematical Mystery"
- Alan Turing obituary in the
*New York Times*

**November**- Math and the genome
- New results on Heronian triangles
- Math in the Arts and Crafts movement
- "The weird world of one-sided objects"

**October**- Riemann Hypothesis back in the news
- The mathematics of blowing bubbles
- Topology of city neighborhoods
- Nanometric quasiperiodic tilings

**September**- Math and the Beatles
- "No gender differences in early math cognition"
- "Make Your Daughter Practice Math"
- The 2018 Fields Medals
- That's the way the spaghetti snaps

**December**- $360^{\circ}$ of hyperbolic reality in the
*New York Times* - New trove of Turing correspondence
- Women mathematicians on "Science Friday"
- Voevodsky obituary in
*Nature*

**September**- "Strange topology" in physics
- The wrong automaton
- Millennium Prizes at the box office
- Australia
*vs.*mathematics - Math and the solar eclipse
- Plimpton 322 is back in the news

**May**- Topological invariants in abstract art
- A cellular automaton on a lizard's back
- Yves Meyer's Abel Prize, celebrated in
*Nature* - Change math teaching: slow down

**April**- Math and the gerrymander
- Flexible structures from 3D tessellations
- Fractal dimension of Rorschach blots

**March**- Boundary rigidity for planet Earth
- Michael Atiyah in the Metropolitan Museum
- Self-assembly of giant polyhedral molecules

**December**- Linear algebra and belief systems
- Math and the perfect cup of coffee
- A natural knot in an important protein

**November**- Nobel Prize in (topology in) Physics, 2016
- Bye-bye celebration of $\pi$?
- An ultratorus in every cell

**August**- The longest proof ever
- "Topology at the Tonys"
- "L. A. Math"
- "Don't call me a prodigy: the rising stars of European mathematics"
- U.S. postage stamp for "Stand and Deliver"
- U.S. team wins I.M.O.
*The New Yorker*and Andrew Hacker at MoMath

**June/July**- Sunflowers, Alan Turing and the Fibonacci sequence
- Compute at your own risk
- "Fresh solutions" to the 4-body problem
- Math $-$ a piece of cake?

**May**- "The Man Who Knew Infinity"
- Who needs Math? (Cont.)
- Mathematics: a young man's game?
- "The Great Math Mystery," redux on
*NOVA*

**April**- Andrew Wiles' Abel Prize
- New patterns in the primes
- Who needs Math? (Cont.)
- Christopher Zeeman, 1925-2016

**November**- The
*abc*conjecture in*Nature* - Chaos theory without equations
- Bedtime math boosts kids' scores
- "Maths whizz solves a master's riddle"

**October**- Fibonacci on the wall
- Topology and the mechanics of knots
- A maths colouring book for adults
- The inheritance of math anxiety

**September**- "They're No. 1: U.S. Wins Math Olympiad"
- New pentagonal tiling in
*The Guardian* - Terence Tao in
*The New York Times Magazine*

**August**- More about John Nash
- Möbius strips of light
- The mathematics of cortical folding
- Lives of mathematicians, reviewed in
*Nature*

**June/July**- The death of a beautiful mind
- Mathematicians and Blue Crabs
- "What Einstein Should Have Known"

**May**- "The Great Math Mystery" on NOVA
- Math in the
*New York Times* - Robert Langlands in the
*Toronto Star*

**April**- Mathematicians on the gridiron
- Traveling Salesman on vacation
- Books about the mathematical life, reviewed in
*Nature* - $\pi$ in
*The New Yorker*

**March**- Chicks and the number line
- Long-term effects of gender bias in math education
- Picture$\rightarrow$text (and language) translation
*via*linear algebra

**December**- Alexander Grothendieck, 1928-2014
- New Zealand robin arithmetic
- "Solving for XX:" women and math in the
*Berkeley Daily Planet* - Knots in physics

**September**- Sphere packing in the
*New Scientist* - 2014 Fields Medals in the media
- Putting more math into common discourse

**August**- Mathematics education in the
*New York Times* - New equilateral polyhedra
- Multimillion-Dollar Minds

**June-July**- Ramanujan, Ono in
*Scientific American* - Sperner's Lemma helps split the rent
- Spontaneous hemihelices

**May**- Mathematician = the best job
- Mathematics and English literature
- Math anxiety: in the genes?
- "Going Gaga for Math," with Cédric Villani

**April**- "Fibonacci Mandala"
- Quasicrystal, Penrose tiling
- "Both Genders Think Women Are Bad at Basic Math"
- Math and March Madness
- More MoMath in the
*Times*

**March**- Mathematicians, the NSA and domestic spying (cont.)
- Homer Simpson, Math Wizard
- Flipping pancakes with mathematics
- The neurophysiology of the perception of mathematical beauty

**December**- Sophie Kowalevski in the
*New York Times* - How much math do we really need?
- Mathematicians in
*Science*: Bourguignon and Gauss

**October**- Numbers on the brain
- "Math Wars" analyzed in the
*New York Times* - Love and Math in the
*Wall Street Journal* - Mathematicians, the NSA and domestic spying

**September**- Moiré patterns and quantum fractals
- The differential geometry of the Endoplasmic Reticulum

**August**- Random voltage improves math learning
- Turing instabilities, hallucinations, and the beginnings of symbolic culture
- Mathematical models of cancer therapy
- "The Rosetta Stone of Mathematics"
- PBS tackles: "Does math exist?"

**June-July**- Geometric Unity?
- Twin primes on NPR, and on
*Slate* - What it feels like to be bad in math
- 4D polytope gives 3D-printed puzzle

**May**- "We are in the midst of math all the time."
- Great Scientist ≠ Good at Math?
- "Mary, Queen of Maths"

**April**- The 3-body problem and free homotopy
- Percolation and fractal dimension
- "The Math Problem in
*Good Will Hunting*Is Easy"

**March**- Leonardo, Michelangelo and the elevated dodecahedron
- New prime in the news
- "Chaos" in
*Le Monde* - Is Algebra Necessary (Cont.)

**December**- The pain of math anxiety
- Information theory in biological cells
- On arithmetic and the unconscious
*American Educator*takes on the Khan Academy

**November**- A new Strogatz series in the
*New York Times* - Popularity in hyperbolic space
- Soviet math (and anti-semitism) in
*The New Criterion*

**October**- Emmy Noether in
*The New York Times* - Grisha Perelman in
*Playboy* - The "abc conjecture" in
*Nature*,*Science*, and the*N. Y. Times* - The Museum of Mathematics in
*Nature*

**September**- Visualizing the curvature tensor
- Math in the plant physiology curriculum
- Is Algebra Necessary?
- New strategies for the Prisoner's Dilemma

**August**- Knots and slipknots in protein molecules
- Plug for pure math in the
*Daily News* - Add equations, lose citations

**June/July**- Szemerédi's Theorem in the
*Guardian* - Topological analysis of basketball
- functional MRIs of Math Anxiety
- Goldbach Conjecture progress in the
*Scientific American*and in*Le Monde* - New Math Institute in Senegal

**March**- Graphics prize for complex graphs
- Medieval Islamic quasi-periodic tilings (cont.)
- "The Power of Numbers"
- Turing at 100; math in
*Nature*?

**December**- "How mathematicians rule the markets"
- "How to fix Math Education"
- Fixing Math Education (cont.)
- Why Science Majors change their minds, and why not
- Monte Carlo methods in mammalian evolution

**November**- Math in the
*American Educator* - Nobel Prize for Quasicrystals
- Archimedes in the
*New York Times* - String theory - the new calculus?
- "Biology is too complex to be unified by mathematics"

**October**- A fax from Archimedes
- "Pure mathematics - and that's the problem ..."
- Random matrices against HIV

**September**- Dyscalculia
- MoMath in the
*New York Times* - Explosive percolation revisited
- Fixing math education

**August**- "The unplanned impact of mathematics"
- Modular DNA computation
- Truncated octahedral supramolecular cages
- Math and Art in the Hamptons

**June-July**- Taming Complexity
- Capturing Rogue Waves

**May**- Geomagical squares
- Early childhood math in the
*Times* - The "innocent, unconscious" biases that deflect girls from math

**December**- Math, Models and Mystification
- Topology is not enough
- Markov models for Bengalese finch songs

**November***L'affaire Bogdanov*back in*Le Monde*- Two (equally good) heads better than one
- The calm before the tipping point
- "Proofiness"

**September**- The "rising star hypothesis" tested in math
- "Street-fighting Math" on
*Boing Boing* - A theorem in Biochemistry
- P and NP, blogs and wiki

**June/July**- Complexity, diversity and simultaneous diagonalization
- "Hands-on and body-in geometry"
- Laplacian dynamics on networks
- A new use for instantons

**May**- Simple connectedness in the New York Review of Books
- Abstract mathematician = psycho?
- E8, cobalt niobate and the golden mean

**April**- Electronic topology of annulenes
- "The Joy of
*x*" - Issey Miyake meets William Thurston
- Fermat's last stand
- New math symbols

**March**- Eulerian circuits in the giant panda genome
- The Joint Mathematics Meetings covered in
*Science* - "We don't use algebra"

**November**- "Israel Gelfand, Math Giant"
- Too much math in French schools?
- "The Sophisticated Side of Elementary Mathematics"
- Martin Gardner celebrated in the
*New York Times* - "Masssively collaborative mathematics"

**October**- UK apologizes to Alan Turing
- Markov chains for the Indus script
- Hiding behind Hermite polynomials
- Page-ranking the food chain

**September**- Progress on the Thomson problem
- Math: "ubiquitous, supercool, ..."
- "The Idolatry of Numbers"
- Packing Platonic solids

**August**- The math of slithering
- NYU's Abel Trifecta
- Those evil mathematicians, again
- Cortical circuits for mental arithmetic

**May**- Mersenne primes on NPR
- "The identification of nontriviality"
- Freeman Dyson's magic number
- Of math and money

**April**- Math project wins Intel
- Big earmark for mathematical talent detection
- "Explosive Percolation"
- Mirrors that don't reverse, and others
- "The genius who came in from the cold"

**February**- "Cuddly Topology"
- Hiding behind curvature

**November**- "Samurai mathematician"
- The diagonalization of physics
*Science*goes to MathFest- Math meets the campaign ad on YouTube

**September**- Antikythera link to Archimedes?
- Archimedean approximation to Penrose tiling
- "Swinging with math"

**August**- "Mathematics of the spheres"
*E*8 in*The New Yorker*- Geometry of the mental number line
- "Girls = Boys at Math"

**June/July**- Aztec area algorithms
- Polyhedral cages in nerve synapses
- Teaching math with concrete examples?

**March**- Professor protagonist
- Parallel transport for qubits
- Physical Chemistry in 4D
- Physical insight into a hard combinatorial problem

**December**- cosmic geometries
- Euclid in China, in 1607
- First encounters in strange places
- Math for the birds, or maybe not
**November**- How complex is mathematics?
- Quantifying the evolutionary dynamics of language
- Nash equilibria for bacteria
**October**- Hardy and Ramanujan - the play
- Hardy and Ramanujan - the novel
- Math: Gift from God or Work of Man?
- Women, Girls and Math - on NPR
**September**- OMG! Math is cool!
- Electrical geometry: the Elephant-nose fish
- Origami pinecones
- The Myth. The Math. The Sex.
**August**- "A Twist on the Möbius Band"
- Geometry and the Imagination
- Homer Simpson: "Mmm....p"
**June/July**- Too good at math?
- Mathematical patterns in songs
- Curvature and the growth of cells
**May 2007**- Computing with locomotives
- Mathematical tools needed
- Misaligned math tests
**April 2007**- E8 in the
*New York Times* - E8 in the media
- Intel silver and bronze for math projects
- Cooking Gaussian curvature
- "Journeys to the Distant Fields of Prime"
**March 2007**- Fibonacci music
- Medieval Islamic quasi-periodic tilings
**February 2007**- Ricci flow on
*Science*cover - x e-x in a tropical rainforest.
- Sculptor and mathematician
- "Proof at a roll of the dice."
**January 2007**- Nine lawyers and a mathematician
- The math of swarms
- Math propaganda on Bay Area TV
- "I was a teenage angle trisector."
- Mathematician becomes "Genome Sleuth"

**December 2006**- Rebellion at
*Topology* - Spidrons
- "As Math Scores Lag ..."
- Math, Podcast from the Ozarks
**November 2006**- The Emperor of Math
- "Numbers are Male, said Pythagoras ..."
- Next year in Marienbad: chaos
- "Less happy + less confidence = good math student"
**October 2006**- The Geometry of Musical Chords
- Epithelial topology
- Mathematical error control
**September 2006**- Math: Whale Songs --> Kaleidoscopic Images
- The Poincaré Conjecture on National Public Radio
- ... and in the
*New York Times* - More math on NPR: encryption; soccer-ball design
**August 2006**- Summertime, when math losses come easy
- Math at the World Cup
- Gravitational waves in the news
- Nanoscale Minimal Surface?
**June/July 2006**- "The N.S.A's Math Problem"
- Void in a golden cage
- Now Math Diplomacy - I
- Now Math Diplomacy - II
**May 2006**- 1+ 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 8 = a poem
- "A Helix with a Handle"
- Dynamics of Roach Congregation
**April 2006**- Counting Ben Franklin's magic squares
- Chaos in the deep
- The differential geometry of quantum computation
**March 2006**- Fractals finger suspect Pollocks
- Plant growth and the Golden Ratio, re-evaluated
- Mathematical Incompleteness in the
*Scientific American* **February 2006**- "The Geometry of the Jungle"
- Deal or No Deal?
- Cuboctahedral vesicles in eukaryotic cells
**January 2006**- The Euclidean metric and jail time
- Mathematical patterns in asthma attacks
- Atiyah pulls the strings

**December 2005**- Penfield NY, a front in "the nationwide math wars"
- Glacial climate cycles and the least common multiple
- Math on the Millennium Bridge
**November 2005**- The math of meniscus mountaineering
- Hermann Weyl, remembered in
*Nature* - A new topology for the internet
**October 2005**- Math and the art of mattress flipping
- Virus geometry
- Dirac: algebraist or geometer?
**September 2005**- Math and narrative on Mykonos
- World's largest nano-deltahedron
- Fibonacci numbers on microstructures?
**August 2005**- Penrose tiling Down Under
- Math and the Unicorn Tapestries
**June/July 2005**- Plaster math models as art
- The math behind "Intelligent Design"
- Archimedes palimpsest update
**May 2005**- The math beneath the Interplanetary Superhighway
- Peter Lax in the
*New York Times* - The math of
*craquelure* - Proof checking by computer assistants
**April 2005**- Differential geometry and the Venus Flytrap
- Wrong, Wrong and Wrong
- Amateur math in ancient Japan
**March 2005**- More Origami Mathematics
- Algorithmic complexity in evolution
- Relativity. Incompleteness. Uncertainty.
- Six degrees of self-similarity
**February 2005**- Crocheted Manifold
- "Blood, math and gore."
- More about "Numb3rs"
- Terror Network Theory
**January 2005**- Ant Geometry
- The Magic of Math, in Queens
- Father of fractals

**December 2004**- IT and the Riemann Hypothesis
- Gödel's Theorem on ABC News
- Making wavelets in the art world
**November 2004**- Math in a fly's eye
- Tradition vs. Modernity
- Topology and the Aharonov-Bohm effect
- Solve the equation, get the job
**October 2004**- Mandelbrot and the Market
- Math and the Gypsy Moth
- Musings on the Math Olympiad
- More on the 5th posulate
**September 2004**- The Math of Medical Marriages
- Bird Logic
*Calculus*, the play**July/August 2004**- Mathematical Origami
- Local Boy Makes Good?
- Mind, Music and Math
**June 2004**- The Pythagorean Theorem of Baseball
- DNA does the twist
- Understanding the ununderstandable
**May 2004**- More about Kepler's Problem
- Math is hard!
- Recent math history in the
*Chronicle* - Inside gifted brains
- The Bayesian revolution
- Chaos in Nature
**April 2004**- Atiyah, Singer in
*The Boston Globe* - Math Ed in Britain
- Statistical Topology of Networks
**March 2004**- Google salutes Julia
- Perelman in
*Nature* - Groupoids and the leech heart
- Love Model Equations
**February 2004**- Aromatic Möbius strip
- Perelman in the
*Baltimore Sun* - "Malignant Maths"
- Bayesian athletics
- Bayesian filters for spam
**January 2004**- Archimedes Combinatorist
- Michael in India
- Calculators vs. math skills
- Largest prime yet
- Mathe-musical instrument

**December 2003**- Everything and More
- The Most Important Problem
- Who invented the electronic digital computer?
- Far East Math Flap
- Hilbert Hotel Onstage
- Auxin and the Fibonacci Numbers
**November 2003**- Why math books are hot
- At home in dodecahedral space
- Math on the golf course
**October 2003**- Infinite Wisdom
- Wolfram in Washington
- African Institute
- Paul Wolfowitz, "former mathematician"
**September 2003**- 15 milliseconds of fame
- Women at the EDGE
- Death and the heptagon
- A heap of trouble
- "Please Pile on the Problems? This Has to Be Math Camp"
**July/August 2003**- New York State Regents Math Flap
- "Pure Math - Pure Joy"
- Gravitational caustics
- Where do we do math?
- Beyond Buckyballs
**June 2003**- Math in
*Nature* - Imaginary numbers in
*The Observer* - The Golden Mean in
*The New York Times* - The Poincaré Conjecture (cont.)
- Dog bites math
**May 2003**- The Poincaré Conjecture
- Coot Math
- Wolfram at the Cooper-Hewitt
- "The Superformula"
**April 2003**- This doughnut universe
- Knots in the
*Washington Post* - Anthrax: the math
**March 2003**- 4 log 3 - a new cosmic constant?
- Ethnomath in the
*Times Magazine* - Math reform in Russia
- Quantum computing in
*The Economist* **February 2003**- Splits at Clay
- Gödel in
*Science* - "Math's Wild and Crazy Guy"
- Figure Skating
- Mathematical oncology
- Democracy and despotism
**January 2003**- The Putnam in
*Time* - Too much pi?
- The best ways to lace
- Freak waves

**December 2002**- Locust neuron math
- The topology of NOT
- Elevens and nines on NPR
- Computational Biology in
*Nature* **November 2002**- Football math
- A mathematical phase transition
- Ig Noble math
- The next big thing
- Bust to boom at Rochester
**October 2002**- Perfect Graphs
- Algorithmic Architecture
- Home on the Fractal Range
- Ants vote for Wolfram
- Neurons do Math
- More primes in the
*Times* **September 2002**- The fifty-micron Möbius strip
- Baby Math on NPR
- Solving an Escher Puzzle
- Primes in the
*Times* - Post-mortem on the Geometry Center
- 143-Year-Old Problem
**July/August 2002**- The number line is real
- Stephen Wolfram and the
*New York Times* - Math in the USSR
- A tough math problem in internet routing
**June 2002**- Moving with VIGRE
- A new kind of science?
- Math teachers with no math
- New / old math probes the big bang
- A differential equation for organism growth
- Trig tables in verse
**May 2002**- "Computers, Paradoxes and the Foundations of Mathematics"
- Flies, weeds and statistical mechanics
- The Erdös Prizes
- Nash sightings
- DNA Computer solves a hard problem
- Poincaré conjecture on NPR, and in the
*Times* - Sidewalk math on NPR
**April 2002**- "Hi-IQ Math Hunks heat up films, plays"
- Spinning eggs
- Cellular automata at the seashore
- Math plagiarism
- More about Nash
**March 2002**- More backstage math
- "Highly enjoyable and interesting people"
- Math on 42nd street
- Fourier transform of the fossil record
- Large-scale sign error
- "The Shape of the Universe: Ten Possibilities"
**February 2002**- Polyhedron Man
- The Differential Equations of Pathogen Virulence
- More about John Nash
- Dynamic Catastrophe Theory
**January 2002**- A beautiful movie
- Tiny computer factors 15
- "Knot Possible"
- A mathematician backstage
- Waves of measles

**December 2001**- Living and breathing fractals
- More about hats
- Biomolecular finite-state automata
- A new
*Proof* - Mathematica - the show
**November 2001**- Chinese characters
- Evolution's mathematical rhythm
- Haven't we had this conversation before?
- Multiplication in the brain
- Catastrophes in
*Nature* - Drunk on fractals
**October 2001**- The Gordian unknot
- Answering an Age-Old Cry: When Will I Use This Math?
- The Abel prize
- Photo Solitons
**September 2001**- Math Anxiety and Math Competence
- What is Math about?
- Tying and untying molecular knots
- Wiles at the Olympiad
- Is pi normal?
**July/August 2001**- Poor Richard's Magic Squares
- Two Tony's for Proof
- "I prove a theorem and the house expands ..."
- ex on the Op-Ed page
- Geometric Quantum Computation
- "Surprisingly Square"
- John Nash, and the movie
**June 2001**- Computing an Organism
*Proof*on NPR- Flat and Flatter
- Why don't we have six limbs?
- Complexity too simple?
- Newton vs. Leibniz on the air
- Physiological rhythms
- Beyond the spherical cow
**May 2001**- What color is my hat?
- Schools' "New Math" = Trouble for City Kids
- Fun with Fermat
- Alan Alda, math wannabe
- Pulitzer for
*Proof* - Benjamin Peirce in
*The New Yorker* - "A Beautiful Mind" - the movie
**April 2001**- Math in
*The Lancet* - Solitons in matter
- Teenager finds new triangle theorem
- God, Stephen Wolfram, etc.
- Calculus with Mother Hen
**March 2001**- Unknotting the unknot
- Knots on the air
- Iannis Xenakis
- Jock Math I
- Jock Math II
- Chaos? Complexity?
**February 2001**- Rereading Plimpton 322
- "Loving Math Infinitely"
- How do fish swim?
- Digital Archimedes
- Math teachers are nerds ... not
- Math and Fiction. Incompatible careers?
**January 2001**- Race to settle Catalan conjecture
- Prez mentions math
- "Rhetoric and the Math Melodrama"
- "Beautiful Minds"
- Method and madness

**December 2000**- That was the election that was
- Fermat's Last Tango
- Recognition for mathematics
- The butterfly effect?
- Math history on the web
- 31 Prime, 35 Past Prime?
- The exhibit Art and Mathematics 2000
**November 2000**- The tiniest dodecahedron
- Strange attractors onstage
- Incompressible is incomprehensible
- A new Federal encryption algorithm
- The geometry of a fender-bender
**October 2000**- Online Math Quiz October 17
- Computation with 2-dimensional DNA
- More math into biology!
- Math genes?
- Slime-mould topology
- Retinal Calculus
**September 2000**- Updating Ramanujan
- Making RNA think
- 5 + 2 = yellow
- Contentious disciples
- A Figure-8 knot in a protein
- Math in Los Angeles
**July/August 2000**- Roach Applied Math
- Pinning down the Butterfly
- The Joy of Sharing
**June 2000**- Math on Broadway
- Honeybee Calculus and Analytic Geometry
- Euler's Spinning Penny
**May 2000**- $1,000,000 revisited
- Heinous math?
- "The Five Hysterical Girls Theorem"
- "Flexible Math Meets a Parental Rebellion"
**April 2000**- Double Bubbles
- More Monkey Math
- Squeeze in a few more?
- How to win $1,000,000
**March 2000**- Pebbles to Microchips
- Beyond Quadratic Reciprocity
- Theory of Liquid Spikes
**February 2000**- Math Snow Sculpture Wins Prize at Breckenridge
- Bubbles can sink in stout
- More on Parrando's Paradox
- "DNA Computer is created and does Complex Calculations"
- More Chimp Math?
- "The Curl of Agnesi"
**January 2000**- Microscopic predators and prey
- Heads you lose, tails you lose
- Math + Art = Dada
- Bees know best

**December 1999**- The most influential lecture ever given in mathematics?
- Why does a negative times a negative equal a positive?
- Things that go bump
**November 1999**- The crumpling catastrophe
- How to slice a tort?
- Beautiful dynamics
**October 1999**- "Systematic enumeration of crystalline networks"
- Unexpected behavior from fractal drums
- Fermat's Last Theorem
- No room on the family tree
- "Randomness Everywhere"
**July/August 1999**- Jackson Pollock's drip paintings
- Fractals in the family room
- Your cell phone may soon have a fractal antenna
- Randomly ravenous rabbits?
- "Connections between music and science are subtle and uncertain"
- "Multifractality in human heartbeat dynamics"
**June 1999**- Written in stone
- "Mathematical genius Kurt Gödel"
- Unreadable but irresistible
- "For math whizzes, victory equals respect"
- "Brain's Math Machine Traced to 2 Circuits"
- Math on the Web in MathML soon?
**May 1999**- The music of the spheres
- Learn inference and logical rigor from a computer game?
- Ada and the Bernoulli Numbers
- Plot of Internet traffic against time gives a curve with the self-similarity of a fractal!
**April 1999**- Space could be finite
- "Playful thinking can often lead to serious mathematics"
- "Alan Turing's Forgotten Ideas in Computer Science"
- "Why does the telephone cord always get twisted?"
- A Knotty Mathematical Problem?
- "Math Emerges Blinking Into the Glare of Popular Culture"
- The Lagrangian Codes
- The math of slime molds and ant bridges
**March 1999**- Snow Sculpting with Mathematics
- A faster Web from group theory?
- Real-world applications
- Unknots that can't be untied
- Symmetric singular sextic surface

**1998**- "Mathematics is ... the fuel that NASA increasingly uses..."
- "The Penultimate Conjecture," by Leonard Michaels
- "A Multifractal Walk down Wall Street"
- "Once upon a Number: The Hidden Mathematical Logic of Stories"
- "Mathematical Recreations" of Ian Stewart
- André Weil
- "The Geometry of the Universe"
- Peter Griffin, author of "The Theory of Blackjack"
- Japanese Temple Geometry

**1997**- Interview with Ennio DeGiorgi
*The Proof*program on Fermat's Last Theorem on PBS*The Bible Code*- Mathematics and the "Science Wars"
- AMS adopts stand on new immigration law
*Beyond Numbers*, a travelling museum exhibition about mathematics- Dr. Neal Lane, Director of the National Science Foundation
*Breaking the Code*to air on PBS- Paul Erdős dies at 83

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