Ivan Moscovich likes nothing better than a riddle wrapped inside an enigma.
By Charles Hirshberg
Posted 05.06.2002 at 2:18 pm 0 Comments
Over the course of his amazing life, Ivan Moscovich has been a railroad supervisor, a museum director, an inventor, a researcher for the Israeli Ministry of Defense, and an artist. But math and science puzzles are his greatest love, as shown by his recent book, 1,000 Playthinks (Workman Publishing).
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