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November 3, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

The problems shaping modern mathematics

October 20, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb | Opinion

Using mathematics to catch the bad guys—in the most contrived way possible

October 8, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

An airtight proof that there are more than 26 numbers

September 26, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

Or should that be Ping-Pong for narcissists?

September 22, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

In memory of Michael Boshernitzan

September 8, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

Can AI be creative? Maybe not, but it can be amusing

August 28, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

Digging into the statistics about rice farming and climate change

August 25, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

Tracing our mathematical foremothers

August 12, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

What to do with those pesky order of operations questions?

August 10, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

In her new book *The Weil Conjectures, *Karen Olsson ruminates on the trajectories of André and Simone Weil

July 20, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

These integers have inspired one of the most important unsolved problems in mathematics

July 13, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

2400 years separate two people with whom this computer science term is associated

June 26, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

These blissful integers are a bit mysterious

June 21, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

Because you know it has to be when you write 400 words explaining it

June 9, 2019 — Evelyn Lamb

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