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- Math Trek
## Million-dollar math prize awarded, but not necessarily accepted

The reclusive mathematician who proved the Poincaré conjecture may or may not claim his prize.45 years ago - Math Trek
## The mutual inspiration of art and mathematics

Economics, origami and other fields trigger new and original creations.45 years ago - Math Trek
## Teaching a computer to spot a bogus Bruegel

Mathematicians apply a technique from vision research to find fake art.45 years ago - Math Trek
## Mathematics by collaboration

The Polymath project harnesses the power of the Internet to use massive collaboration to solve a major problem in record time45 years ago - News
## Statistical tests suggestive of fraud in Iran’s election

One mathematician’s closer look at voter ballot data reveals that results run afoul of Benford’s Law and show other suspicious anomalies.45 years ago - Math Trek
## The four color problem gets a sharp new hue

Mathematicians find new answers to the still puzzling theorem that four colors suffice to color any map.45 years ago - Math Trek
## Mathematician answers Supreme Court plea

New, fair method for dividing states into congressional districts could reduce political squabbles.45 years ago - Math Trek
## Darwin: The reluctant mathematician

Despite disliking mathematics, the great biologist inadvertently advanced statistics.6 years ago - Math Trek
## When art and math collide

An exhibit of mathematical art reveals the aesthetic side of math.45 years ago - Math Trek
## The Sudoku solution

Mathematicians use Sudoku to understand a mysterious, powerful algorithm.45 years ago