Julie Rehmeyer

All Stories by Julie Rehmeyer

  1. Beer bubble math

  2. Math

    Beer bubble math helps to unravel some mysteries in materials science

  3. Math

    Outstanding, superlinear cities

    By a new mathematical method, New York City proves average and San Francisco exceptional.

  4. Winning the World Series with math

  5. Math

    Crowdsourcing peer review

    MATH TREK: A claimed proof that P≠NP spurs a massive collaborative research effort.

  6. The pattern collector

    Neil Sloane's Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences outgrows its creator.

  7. Math

    When intuition and math probably look wrong

    A twist on the Two Children Problem shows how information can steer what looks probable.

  8. Math

    ‘Discounting’ the future cost of climate change

  9. Math

    Million-dollar math prize awarded, but not necessarily accepted

    The reclusive mathematician who proved the Poincaré conjecture may or may not claim his prize.

  10. Math

    The mutual inspiration of art and mathematics

    Economics, origami and other fields trigger new and original creations.

  11. Math

    Teaching a computer to spot a bogus Bruegel

    Mathematicians apply a technique from vision research to find fake art.

  12. Mathematics by collaboration

    The Polymath project harnesses the power of the Internet to use massive collaboration to solve a major problem in record time