There are plenty of deserving women who never got so much as a nod.
Charles Babbage, the grandfather of the computer, envisioned a calculating machine that was never built, until now
In honor of Pi Day this year, I present the first 2009 digits of Pi
This weekend, blog overseer Laura and I are writing from the AAAS Annual Meeting in Chicago. The press briefing began with four scientists gazing upwards
Charles Seife wrote an op-ed for yesterday's New York Times about the recount in Minnesota, which seems like it ought to be a simple problem but isn't
Terence Tao is regarded as first among equals among young mathematicians, but who's counting
A former civil rights activist revolutionizes the teaching of mathematics
Mathematicians have sliced, and now supercomputers have crunched, but the mystery of pi goes on and on and...
In the Algebra Project Robert Moses uses subway rides, gumdrops and everyday experiences to help kids cope with exponents and negative numbers
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