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Did scientists discover a new shape? Well, first we have to define ‘shape.’ Also, ‘new.’
A cool scientific finding and a strange semantic investigation.
Why this algebra teacher has her students knit in class
Knitting isn’t just for passing time.
The nautilus’s impressive memory has survived five mass extinctions
But one thing's for sure: This creature of the deep has an incredible memory.
Honeybees are surprisingly great at math
Bees know something about nothing
2,300 years after mathematicians first noticed prime numbers, they’re still intrigued
Making us scratch our heads for millennia.
How to get comets, animals, math problems, and more named after you
Hint: You don't have to discover something, but it could help.
How a FedEx employee discovered the world’s largest prime number
He used free software running on a church computer.
11 gifts for 7 types of science enthusiast
Treats for physicists, chemists, biologists, and others.
We’d rather that bridges never wobbled—but here’s why they do
And we'd really prefer that they don't fall down.
Participating in #NoRedOctober is good. Meatless Mondays are better.
It's just basic math.