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# Month: September 2019

## 3 reasons why kids are bad at math

## Follow Mathpresso on Facebook and Twitter

## Michael Atiyah 1929-2019

## Calculus, oh dear calculus!

## Why Are There So Few Women Mathematicians?

## A Beautifully-Designed Edition of Euclid’s Elements from 1847 Gets Digitized: Explore the New Online, Interactive Reproduction

## Unraveling the Mathematics of Smell

## Amateur Mathematician Finds Smallest Universal Cover

## Fending Off Math Anxiety

## Iranian student wins gold medal at world math contest

## No Math in Public

## Famed mathematician claims proof of 160-year-old Riemann hypothesis

## The Birth Of Calculus (1986)

## Titans of Mathematics Clash Over Epic Proof of ABC Conjecture

## Addicted to Reading Papers

## Celebrate the mathematics of Emmy Noether

## Literacy gap between women and men decreasing in Iran

## 5 Tips for Improving Students’ Success in Math

## The world’s 50 most powerful blogs

## Who Was The World’s First Blogger?

## La Brindille (2011)

## Maths Education, and Saudi Arabia

## Hungarian university suspends education programmes for refugees and asylum seekers

## Your silence will not protect you, to post, or not to post?

## Tous que je comprends, je comprends parce que d'amour

## New Age Needs New Maths!

## Inspiration Station: Three Bloggers on Why They Write

## Tributes paid to ‘shining light’ Maryam Mirzakhani

## Father And Daughter 2000 Oscar Winning Animated Short Film [HD]

## Negative Probabilities

## Maria Droujkova: Beautiful Math is All About the People

## No Such Thing as a Math Person

## Where Boys Outperform Girls in Math: Rich, White and Suburban Districts

## Blogging for the AMS

## Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

## Make Your Daughter Practice Math. She’ll Thank You Later.

## Mathematical surprises

## Paul Painlevé, a french mathematician and politician.

## If politicians were mathematicians

## Math is everywhere, is it not?

## STATISTICS AND POLITICS

## Brazil’s top math youtuber: ‘Math Maniac’

## ‘A mathematician without a dream is not a mathematician’

## Behforooz: If math is not fun, what’s the point?

## Only at France, a mathematician could be a politician too