Talking about maths on aesthetic terms might make it more appealing to reluctant teens
Leonhard Euler was the presiding genius at the courts of Peter, Frederick and Catherine the Great
An Indian genius had little formal education but his findings astounded Cambridge mathematicians
Alexander Grothendieck was a genius who reshaped mathematics but then withdrew from society
As publishers charge more for journals, academics are beginning to feel short-changed.
David Brooks is political flavour of the month this side of the Atlantic, so in thrall is Westminster to Barack Obama
The government’s insistence on incessant testing leaves pupils arithmetically substandard
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