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The Harvey Mudd College mathematician tells us why he loves playing with Brouwer's fixed-point theorem

June 17, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

What is the meaning of this unassuming, mistranslated curve?

May 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The Johns Hopkins University mathematician tells us why doing category theory is like playing the viola

May 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

In which we are honored to be the second-favorite podcast appearance of the only MIT applied math graduate student who has played in the NFL

May 12, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

A matrix is an array of numbers, but it represents so much more

May 5, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

Talking time travel, complex analysis and Burmese food with a mathematician from the University of Sydney

April 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

A recent breakthrough in a decades-old graph theory problem relies on this little assembly of seven points and eleven edges

April 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The University of Washington mathematician talks trees, lattices and a plucky constant that seems to show up everywhere

April 14, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

Sara N. Hottinger’s thoughtful book addresses Western cultural narratives about who does mathematics

April 7, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The tortured psyche of a misunderstood solid

March 31, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

An audio tour of matroid theory and music

March 25, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The James Madison University mathematician raises a glass to a lavishly impractical theorem about knots

March 8, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

Turning and turning in the widening gyre...

February 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

A review of Gareth Roberts's book *From Music to Mathematics: Exploring the Connections*

February 24, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The high school math teacher encourages us to savor quadrilaterals at a French café

February 22, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The University of San Diego mathematician tells us about rational tangles and the frozen treat that pairs best with them

February 8, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

A celebration of what may be the most minimalist minimal surface

January 31, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

The University of Colorado Boulder math professor tells us how to celebrate the Gauss-Bonnet theorem

January 28, 2018 — Evelyn Lamb

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