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Math/Maths 109: How Dan Brown made the Golden Ratio popular

A new episode of the Math/Maths Podcast has been released.

A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Bill Thurston (1946-2012); Jerry Nelson (1934-2012); Neil Armstrong (1930-2012); A mathematician goes to the beach; solid state quantum computer; Searching for Grigori Perelman; A-level and GCSE results; Golden Ratio Discovered in Uterus; Pi Population; Udacity Cancels Free Online Math Course, Citing Low Quality; Bletchley Park Podcast; Leonardo DiCaprio Won’t Play THE IMITATION GAME; Maths at the British Science Festival 2012; Announcing ACMEScience News Now.

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