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There’s more to the circle than meets the π

October 7, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

What advice do I have for graduate students? Tl;dr: It's okay to get help

September 30, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

One eighth equals seven and thirty in this strange base 60 world

September 16, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The University of Wisconsin mathematician loves Fermat's little theorem and knows just the right cheese to pair with it

September 14, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

How to make parallel lines converge

August 31, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Separating fact from speculation in math history

August 29, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Why the University of San Francisco math professor loves the compact surface classification theorem

August 26, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

How billiards in polygons become trajectories on doughnuts

August 6, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

It all starts with a pentagon...

August 5, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The Dickinson College math professor tells us about Archimedes and circles

August 3, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The University of Chicago mathematician tells us why she loves the fundamental theorem of calculus

July 27, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Meet the newest addition to your math podcast feed

July 27, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The brilliant Stanford professor, killed by breast cancer at 40, worked with shapes unconstrained by the real world

July 17, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The mathematical near-miss is "an exact representation of an almost-right answer"

July 3, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Michèle Audin’s book about Sofya Kovalevskaya is a fascinating combination of biography, personal reflections, and fictional digressions

July 3, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

The mathematical model that should be an amusement park ride

June 30, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

June 17 is World Tessellation Day. Take a moment to look at the beautiful patterns under your feet

June 17, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

If it quacks like a sphere…

June 4, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Repeat Nobel Winners, they’re just like us!

June 3, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

Julie Rehmeyer’s new memoir is a moving portrait of a person living expansively in the face of setbacks and limitations

May 28, 2017 — Evelyn Lamb

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