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## Julie Rehmeyer's Articles

- Math Trek
## Creeping Up on Riemann

Theorists find the first example of an elusive complex function that just may help them solve the biggest problem in mathematics. - Math Trek
## Humanitarian Statistics

From Iraq to Sierra Leone to New Orleans, statistical tools help guide responses to human rights crises. - Math Trek
## Sacred Geometry

Beginning in the 17th century, the Japanese adorned temples with beautiful wooden tablets that depicted mathematical questions and theorems, apparently as offerings to the gods. - Math Trek
## Spoil-Proofing Elections

The only way to ensure that the person the voters prefer walks away the winner, mathematicians say, is to fundamentally change voting procedures. - Math Trek
## The Geometry of Music

Music is an audible exploration of hyperdimensional geometries, according to new research. - Math Trek
## A Mathematical Tragedy

Sophie Germain had a bold program to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, but it was doomed to fail. - Math Trek
## An Attack on Fermat

The first female research mathematician had a program to solve Fermat's Last Theorem, and it was almost lost to history. - Math Trek
## Math on Display

Visualizations of mathematics create remarkable artwork. - Math Trek
## The Grammy in Mathematics

Mathematician nominated for award for restoring the only known recording of a live Woody Guthrie performance. - Math Trek
## Getting Old, Faster and Faster

The world population is aging fast, but is still younger than we tend to think.