Looking for small/inexpensive items to put inside a piece of festive footwear (or, to keep for yourself)? Here’s a selection of things we’ve seen lately that you might want to buy! All the items we’re showing are under £20, and range from slightly mathematical to very mathematical.

# Aperiodical News Roundup – November 2022

Here’s a roundup of things that happened online in November that we didn’t cover here at the time! Maths Research News According to an article on philosophy news site Daily Nous, an international symbolic logic journal printed then shortly retracted two articles, one entitled “The Twin Primes Conjecture is True in the Standard Model of…

# Mathematical Advent Calendars Round-up

Looking for something mathematical to amuse you, give your puzzling brain a workout or otherwise satisfy your mathematical curiosity every day for the next month? Look no further – here’s a round-up of our favourite mathsy advent calendars for 2022.

# Shoes and partition numbers: a developing mathematical mind wanders

Does this picture make you think of Srinvasa Ramanujan? I’m always fascinated by the pace and range of little conversations with my seven-year-old son that wander in and out of maths. Let me tell you how we got there during a five minute chat while leaving the house and walking to school this morning.

# Twitter and Mathstodon

Some thinking aloud about what’s happening on social media in my world, I hope you don’t mind.

# Carnival of Mathematics 210

This month’s Carnival is hosted right here at The Aperiodical, and rounds up interesting internet maths content from the month of October 2022.

# What Can Mathematicians Do? A series of online talks about maths

I’ve put together a series of online public maths presentations, to take place in the last couple of weeks of term before Christmas. This came about after a few people on the Talking Maths in Public WhatsApp group complained that we can hardly ever take up requests for a speaker to deliver a fun maths…