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- Math Trek
## Getting Old, Faster and Faster

The world population is aging fast, but is still younger than we tend to think.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Benjamin Franklin Plays Sudoku

Founding father entertained himself devising beautiful mathematical puzzles.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Checking It Twice

Election officials have had no practical way to guarantee a correct ballot count—until now.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Small Infinity, Big Infinity

A mathematician develops a new proof showing that infinity comes in different sizes.44 years ago - Math Trek
## The Power of Being Influenced

Network theory shows that the best way to spread ideas is to focus on people who are influenced rather than the influential.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Questionable Numbers for a Questionable Remedy

Echinacea might be useful as a cold remedy or preventative, but science hasn't shown it yet.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Flying without Fractals

A new study raises doubts about fractal patterns in animal behavior.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Mathematical Police Find Security Bug

Cryptographers uncover potential weakness in encryption algorithms.44 years ago - Math Trek
## Social Networking for Zebras

Scientists are developing a new branch of network theory to understand zebra communities.44 years ago - Math Trek
## A Video That's Worth a Million Words

Award-winning video reveals the simplicity and beauty of an abstract mathematical tool.44 years ago