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## Following the ocean swirls

The mathematics of dynamical systems reveals ocean dynamics, an understanding that could improve the monitoring of ocean processes.6 years ago - Math Trek
## Largest known prime number found

The Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search, a cooperative computing project, helps find a prime that has nearly 13 million digits.6 years ago - Math Trek
## A knot of light

6 years ago - Math Trek
## Founder of the Secret Society of Mathematicians

Henri Cartan, one of the leaders of a revolution in mathematics, dies at 104.6 years ago - Math Trek
## Seeing in four dimensions

Mathematicians create videos that help in visualizing four-dimensional objects.6 years ago - Math Trek
## Do subatomic particles have free will?

Math Trek: If we have free will, so do subatomic particles, mathematicians claim to prove.6 years ago - Math Trek
## A Quasi-quasicrystal

Quasicrystals are bizarre, rare, mysterious materials blending mathematical order and irregularity. A new, unexpected material halfway between a regular crystal and a quasicrystal may help reveal their secrets.6 years ago - Math Trek
## A building of bubbles

Math Trek: The National Aquatics Center in Beijing, newly built for the Olympics, is a glowing cube of bubbles. The mathematics behind it are built around Lord Kelvin's tetrakaidecahedra and the physics of foam.6 years ago - Math Trek
## Scooping the political pollsters

Who will win the election in November? A technique from baseball stats may predict the answer.6 years ago - Math Trek
## The ultimate poker face

Two professional poker players will take on a computer, and this year the computer could win.7 years ago