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## Oddballs

Mathematicians have found that it's easier to pack spheres in some dimensions than it is in others.9 years ago - Feature
## Generous Players

Game theory is helping to explain how cooperation and other self-sacrificing behaviors fit into natural selection.9 years ago - Feature
## Theorems for Sale

In April, an eBay auction offered math enthusiasts the rare opportunity of linking their names with one of the most famous mathematicians of the 20th century.9 years ago - Feature
## Glimpses of Genius

By studying a puzzle that Archimedes pondered 2,200 years ago, mathematicians are obtaining new insights into its intriguing geometric structure.9 years ago - News
## Primal Progress: Pattern hunters spy order among prime numbers

The population of prime numbers includes an infinite collection of arithmetic progressions.9 years ago - Feature
## Math Lab

Computers are starting to give mathematicians the lab instrument that they have been missing.9 years ago - News
## Quantum sentinels

Quantum physics may soon help physicians track whether a cancer has spread.10 years ago - News
## Toss Out the Toss-Up: Bias in heads-or-tails

Coin tossing is inherently biased, with the coin more likely to land on the same face it started on.10 years ago - News
## The calculus of love

Mathematical equations can predict whether a couple will divorce.10 years ago - Feature
## Computation's New Leaf

Plants in which large numbers of simple units interact with one another appear to compute how to coordinate the actions of their cells effectively.10 years ago