Double Maths First Thing is, fundamentally, somewhere for Colin to dump all his open tabs. Hello! My name is Colin and I am a mathematician on a mission to spread mathematical mirth, geometric joy, and delight in the beauty of whatever this is. Let’s boogie. A bit random Since I’m applying for a job that…

# Aperiodical News Roundup – September 2024

Here’s a round-up of mathematical news stories from last month.

# Carnival of Maths 232

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of September 2024, is now online at Storm Bear World. The Carnival rounds up maths blog posts from all over the internet, including some from our own Aperiodical. See our Carnival of Mathematics page for more information.

# Double Maths First Thing: Issue 4

Double Maths First Thing is Colin’s weekly news bulletin. Although it’s more like a nerfpelletin, honestly. Hello! My name is Colin and I am a mathematician on a mission to help everyone find the joy and delight in figuring things out. Art! Up in that London they have these days, the Piccadilly Circus ad boards are…

# Mathematical Objects: Space-filling curves

A conversation about mathematics inspired by a space-filling curve. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: RSS | List of episodes

# Double Maths First Thing: Issue 3

Double Maths First Thing is Colin’s weekly assortment of mathematical news. Or what time’s manacle. Hello! My name is Colin and I am a mathematician on a mission to spread joy and delight through the medium of mathematics. It’s Wednesday morning and it’s time for Double Maths First Thing. On magic It’s probably a bit…

# Philip Henslowe’s Card Trick

In a dimly-lit tavern on the South Bank of the Thames, Philip Henslowe — builder and owner of the Rose Theatre — is celebrating the success of Shakespeare’s latest blockbuster, Henry VI Part I, among the cutthroats, actors and other lowlife of London. He spreads thirteen playing cards on a table in a circle. “Pick…