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Juggling has advanced enormously in recent decades, thanks in part to the mathematical study of possible patterns.

There’s more than one good way to bring order to our unruly, seemingly arbitrary calendar.

To avoid garbled messages, mathematicians might translate them into geometric form.

Equiangular lines are an elemental part of geometry. Mathematicians have discovered a tighter limit on the number of such lines that exist in every dimension.

How our society defines years, months and weeks can seem frustratingly arbitrary. Can you bring order to our unruly calendar?

Physicists are attempting to map the distribution of the prime numbers to the energy levels of a particular quantum system.

Powerful new quantitative tools are now available to combat partisan bias in the drawing of voting districts.

In order to fully understand the quantum world, we may have to develop a new realm of mathematics.

When a German retiree proved a famous long-standing mathematical conjecture, the response was underwhelming.

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