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Curling: The sport of mathematicians

Tomorrow marks the beginning of events at the Beijing Winter Olympics, and boy am I excited. This means that over the course of the next few weeks I, like many others, will become an armchair expert and superfan of some of the coolest sports in existence (pun entirely intended). One sport I always find myselfContinue reading “Curling: The sport of mathematicians”

Chalkdust Magazine

Another thing I have been involved in is editing issue 12 of Chalkdust Magazine. You can read the magazine in its entirety here. The magazine also has a blog attached, where we put up some fun puzzles over Christmas. The full website cal be found at this address: We’ll be looking for submissions forContinue reading “Chalkdust Magazine”

Today is the day!: Ada Lovelace

The final female Mathematician profile for now must, of course, be Ada Lovelace. Today is Ada Lovelace Day – a day marked for the celebration of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Born Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace on December , Ada had an interesting start to life. She was the onlyContinue reading “Today is the day!: Ada Lovelace”