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P-p-p-publicise a paper!

We love hearing about new maths but keeping up with the literature is difficult. It’s also quite hard to tell if something outside your field of expertise is noteworthy or not. So we want your help directing our attention towards new and noteworthy research, whether it’s on the arXiv or in peer-reviewed journals or just a rumour someone’s worked out something big.

We’re going to call the column Phil. Trans. Aperiodic., and Nathan Barker, who is currently finishing his PhD at Newcastle University, has kindly offered to run it. He’s going to do a fairly regular, fairly serious round-up of the articles you submit.

So, if you’ve seen some good research lately (or you’ve written some, and you’re really really sure it’s good), please go over to the Phil. Trans. Aperiodic. submission page and fill in our form.

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