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## Julie Rehmeyer's Articles

- Math Trek
## The tell-tale anecdote

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## Accidental astrophysicists

MATH TREK: The mathematicians thought they'd just extended a fundamental result in algebra, but it turns out that they'd also proven a conjecture in astrophysics. - Math Trek
## Gender equality closes math gap

Research shows that the greater the gender equality in a country, the more equal the math scores between boys and girls. - Math Trek
## Communities of Communities of ...

A new approach to network theory focusing on the subcommunities within networks may shed light on everything from food webs to terrorist cells. It may even act as an oracle, helping scientists identify connections within a network they haven’t yet seen. - Math Trek
## Detangling DNA

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## The squint method of data analysis

Mathematicians discover a Klein bottle hidden within the data underlying photographs - Math Trek
## Sensitivity to the harmony of things

The work of Alexandre Grothendieck has transformed math the way the Internet has transformed communication: Once you’re used to it, you can’t imagine what life was like before it. - Math Trek
## Insights into symmetry

This year's Abel Prize goes to mathematicians involved in group theory. - Math Trek
## Still debating with Plato

Mathematicians debate whether mathematical truths are discovered or invented. - Math Trek
## The Noisy Game of Baseball

Predicting a baseball player's future batting average (and many other things) is not as simple as relying on past performance, mathematicians say.