## Math Digest |

- "Wobblology,"
*New Scientist*, 23/30 December 2006;

"Strange but True: Turning a Wobbly Table Will Make It Steady,"*ScientificAmerican.com*, 25 January 2007;

"The Science of Steadying a Wobbly Table,"*National Public Radio*, 17 February 2007 - "New math could improve 'invisibility cloak'," CBC News, 27 December 2006
- "Tsunami Data Points to Value of Reefs in Warming Era," National Public Radio, 26 December 2006
- "Major progress in prime number theory,"
*The Hindu*, 25 December 2006 - "Erziehung berechnen (To compute upbringing)",
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 24 December 2006 - "What a Flake: Computers get the hang of ice-crystal growth,"
*Science News Online*, 23 December 2006 - "Breakthrough of the Year: The Poincaré Conjecture--Proved,"
*Science*, 22 December 2006;

"Math takes*Science*'s spotlight in 2006,"*MSNBC*, 22 December 2006;

"Maths solution tops science class,"*BBC News*, 22 December 2006;

"Journal*Science*selects top 10 scientific breakthroughs of 2006,"*People's Daily Online*, 22 December 2006 - "Master Class in Evolutionary Modeling": Review of
*Evolutionary Dynamics: Exploring the Equations of Life*, by Martin Nowak,*Science*, 22 December 2006 - "Measures for measures,"
*Nature*, 21/28 December 2006 - "Painting by numbers,"
*The San Diego Union Tribune*, 21 December 2006 - "2006 in Review,"
*news@nature.com*, 20 December 2006;

"Top 10 stories of 2006,"*news@nature.com*, 28 December 2006 - "A prime example,"
*Guardian Unlimited*, 19 December 2006;

"Making mathematics music to their ears,"*Times Online*, 23 December 2006 - "Die Berechnung der Bedeutung: Die Mathematik hinter Googles Webseiten Klassifizierung (The calculation of meaning: The mathematics behind Google's website classification)",
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 15 December 2006 - "Mathematician numbers don't add up,"
*Herald Sun*(Australia), 14 December 2006 - "Scientist at Work: Nick Patterson; A Cold War Cryptologist Takes a Crack at Deciphering DNA's Deep Secrets",
*New York Times*, 12 December 2006 - "One Last Mission for Ship Sunk in Pearl Harbor Attack,"
*Washington Post*, 7 December 2006 - "Relatively Small Number of Deaths Have a Big Impact in Pfizer Drug Trial,"
*Wall Street Journal Online*, 6 December 2006 - "Siemens High School Science Awards," National Public Radio, 4 December 2006;

"Student Wins Top Math Award,"*The Register-Guard*(Eugene), 5 December 2006;

"High school senior wins scholarship,"*The Associated Press*, 4 December 2006 - "Never mind the Pollock's [sic],"
*USA Today*, 3 December 2006;

"Jackson Pollock Fractals," National Public Radio, 15 December 2006 - "The Monty Hall Problem,"
*Who's Counting*, abcnews.com, 3 December 2006 - "Let there be number": Review of
*How Mathematics Happened*, by Peter S. Rudman,*New Scientist*, 2 December 2006 - "Teacher, students revel in joy of high-level math,"
*The San Francisco Chronicle*, 2 December 2006 - "'Mike's Math': How One Volunteer Is Helping Kids Think Differently," ABC News, 1 December 2006
- "Day by day---how a cancer grows,"
*Scotsman News*, 1 December 2006 - "The Turing Model Comes of Molecular Age,"
*Science*, 1 December 2006 - "Million Dollar Math,"
*Discover*, December 2006

- "Up a Lazy River,"
*American Scientist*, November-December 2006 - Articles on the mathematics of cake-cutting, November 2006
- "Students score well with fantasy football,"
*ESPN.com*, 9 December 2006;

"San Jose Math Class Lands on ESPN, Thanks to Fantasy Football",*KCBS*, 27 November 2006 - "Not Just a Pretty Equation": Review of
*Mathematics and Common Sense: A Case of Creative Tension,*by Philip J. Davis,*New Scientist*, 25 November 2006 - "How to End the Math Wars,"
*Time Online Edition*, 19 November 2006 - "The Biggest Questions Ever Asked" and "Journey Through Time",
*New Scientist*, 18 November 2006 - "Dashing Rogues,"
*Science News*, 18 November 2006 - "Lottery Strategy Pays Off,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 17 November 2006 - "This Academic Life,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 17 November 2006 - "Peloisi shakes capital ... Political Greenhorn: McNerney arrives in D.C. to take Pombo's seat, learn ropes,"
*San Francisco Chronicle*, 14 November 2006 - "Eine fläche für den Poeten (A surface for the poet)", Scienzz web site, 6 November 2006
- "When god plays dice,"
*New Scientist*, 4 November 2006 - "The Gateway Arch is NOT a Parabola,"
*National Public Radio*, 4 November 2006 - "Ballot Roulette: Computer Scientists and Mathematicians Look For Better Ways to Vote,"
*Science News Online*, 4 November 2006 - "Beautiful Models": Review of
*Evolutionary Dynamics: Exploring the Equations of Life*, by Martin Nowak,*Nature*, 2 November 2006 - "Coole Mathematiker (Cool Mathematicians)": Review of
*Bourbaki, A Secret Society of Mathematicians*, by Maurice Mashaal,*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 1 November 2006 - "Fuzzy Math,"
*Discover*, November 2006

- "Seed Firms Bolster Crops Using Traits Of Distant Relatives,"
*The Wall Street Journal*, 31 October 2006 - "Gender Similarities in Mathematics and Science,"
*Science*, 27 October 2006 - "Bent Into Shape,"
*Science*, 27 October 2006 - "Coping with uncertainty": Review of
*From Cosmos to Chaos: The Science of Unpredictability*, by Peter Coles,*Nature*, 26 October 2006 - "A Rebellion Erupts Over Journals of Academia",
*New York Sun*, 26 October 2006;

"All Bent Out of Shape at*Topology*,"*Science*, 3 November 2006;

"Editorial Board of Elsevier Journal Resigns in Protest Over Pricing," Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 November 2006 - "Mind Games": Review of
*A Beautiful Math: John Nash, Game Theory, and the Modern Quest for a Code of Nature*, by Tom Siegfried,*New Scientist*, 21 October 2006 - "Numerical Mathematics Consortium publiziert Standard (Numerical Mathematics Consortium publishes standard),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 20 October 2006 - "Wie schnell sich ein Beweis in nichts auflösen kann (How quickly a proof can dissolve),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 18 October 2006 - "Scientist at Work: Shing-Tung Yau: The Emperor of Math,"
*New York Times*, 17 October 2007 - "Researchers Devise Algorithms To Prevent Information Overload,"
*Information Week*, 16 October 2006 - "Proof": Review of
*The Artist and the Mathematician*, by Amir D. Aczel,*Washington Post*, 15 October 2006 - "Awards,"
*Science*, 13 October 2006 - "Web Site Sells Math and Science Answers to Inquiring Students,"
*Chronicle of Higher Education*, 13 October 2006 - "The Propaganda of Numbers,"
*Chronicle of Higher Education*, 13 October 2006 - "Trying to Herd a Cat Stat,"
*Wall Street Journal Online*, 12 October 2006 - "Living With an Inability to Do Math," National Public Radio 11 October 2006;

"Math: It's Far from Elementary, My Dear," National Public Radio, 15 November 2006 - "A Castle Fit for a Mathematician,"
*Science*, 6 October 2006 - "Vision's Grand Theorist,"
*Science*, 6 October 2006 - "Numbers are Male, Said Pythagoras, and the Idea Persists," by Margaret
*The New York Times*, 3 October 2006 - "The Social Life of Genius,"
*Toronto Star*, 1 October 2006 - "Math’s Great Uniter" in "Brilliant 10,"
*Popular Science*, October 2006 - "Inpaint by Numbers,"
*Scientific American*, October 2006

- Articles on NCTM Curriculum Report, September 2006
- "Math Factor Radio,"
*Science News Online*, 30 September 2006 - "Black Mathematicians, Still a Rarity, See Light at the End of the Pipeline,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 29 September 2006 - "A Web Site Tells Black Math Scholars 'Who We Are',"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 29 September 2006 - "Statistical Flaw Trips Up Study of Bad Stats,"
*Nature*, 28 September 2006 - "A Closer Look at Sports Miracles,"
*Wall Street Journal Online*, 28 September 2006 - "Die Rolle des Zufalls in der Mathematik (The role of randomness in mathematics),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 27 September 2006 - "Science gets image conscious,"
*USA Today*, 25 September 2006;

"2006 Visualization Challenge,"*Science*, 22 September 2006 - "How Random is the iPod's Shuffle?"
*Wall Street Journal Online*, 21 September 2006 - "String theory: Hanging on a thread?"
*USA Today*, 19 September 2006 - "Mathematician Is Chosen for 'Genius' Grant,"
*Los Angeles Times*, 19, September 2006;

"UCLA Mathemagician Wins 'Genius' Grant," NBC4 TV in Los Angeles, CA, 19 September 2006 - "Newsmakers: Two Cultures,"
*Science*, 15 September 2006 - "Go with the Flow,"
*Science*, 8 September 2006 - "Controlling our errors" (the Sato-Tate Conjecture),
*Nature*, 7 September 2006 - "What'd you say? Math sorts out noise,"
*The Kansas City Star*, 4 September 2006 - "Die Mathematik gibt dem Arzt den Durchblick (Mathematics gives the doctor a glimpse),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 3 September 2006 - "Full proof? Let's trust it to the black box",
*Times Higher Education Supplement*, 1 September 2006

- Coverage of 2006 Fields Medals, August 2006 (plus articles about Grigory Perelman)
- "Number Crunch,"
*Nature*, 31 August 2006 - "The Colbert Report: Fields Medal," Comedy Central, 22 August 2006
- "Math institute plans castle in California,"
*Boston Globe*(Associated Press), 18 August 2006 - "Professor puts politics aside in solving 51-year-old math puzzle,"
*The Star-Ledger*, 13 August 2006 - "Connecting the Dots,"
*American Scientist*, September-October 2006;

"Making Connections,"*Science*, 4 August 2006 - "How a Leopard Changes His Spots: Equations get to grips with patterns in a growing cat's coat,"
*news@nature.com*, 4 August 2006;

"Spot the difference,"*Nature*, 10 August 2006 - "Solving Laplace's Lunar Puzzle,"
*Science*, 4 August 2006 - Articles about the use of x-rays to reveal writings of Archimedes, August 2006
- "The Geometer of Particle Physics,"
*Scientific American*, August 2006

- "The Topology and Combinatorics of Soccer Balls,"
*American Scientist*, July-August 2006 - Obituaries for Irving Kaplansky, July and August 2006
- Obituaries for Frederick Mosteller, July 2006
- "Benjamin Franklin hat's erfunden (Benjamin Franklin's got it),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 30 July 2006 - "The Joy of Symmetry": Review of
*The Equation that Couldn't Be Solved*, by Mario Livio, and*Fearless Symmetry*, by Avner Ash and Robert Gross,*New Scientist*, 29 July 2006, page 48. - "Dear Mom and Dad: Please Send Cookies And a New Calculator: Math Camps Spread for Kids Who Can't Get Enough,"
*Wall Street Journal*, 28 July 2006 - "New Life for Neural Networks,"
*Science*, 28 July 2006 - "All aboard, with a little help from Einstein,"
*The Guardian*(UK), 27 July 2006;

"Getting passengers in their seats is as easy as E=mc^{2},"*The Scotsman*, 27 July 2006 - "Celebrating Puzzles, in 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 Moves (or So),"
*The New York Times*, 25 July 2006 - "Genialer Einsiedler (Brilliant hermit),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 23 July 2006 - "Major Math Problem Is Believed Solved By Reclusive Russian,"
*The Wall Street Journal*, 21 July 2006 - "Grim Statistics,"
*Science*, 21 July 2006 - "Revisiting the Relevance of the Queen of the Sciences,"
*Greater Kashmir*(Srinagar, Inda), 18 July 2006 - "Integrating Mathematics."
*Science*, 14 July 2006 - "Small Movements: New Devices Help the Paralyzed," National Public Radio, 14 July 2006
- "AI research dealing with complicated matter,"
*The Telegraph*(Nashua, NH), 12 July 2006 - "Narratively Imaginative,"
*Shanghai Daily*, 12 July 2006 - "Geometric maps reveal hidden beauty of music,"
*New Scientist*, 7 July 2006;

"Exploring Musical Space,"*Science*, 7 July 2006;

"Calculated tones,"*Nature*, 13 July 2006;

"Music's inner map revealed, with some help from geometry,"*The Boston Globe*, 31 July 2006 - "Van Gogh painted perfect turbulence,"
*news@nature.com*, 7 July 2006 - "'No Child' Law Leads States to Weaken Student Tests, Study Says,"
*Bloomberg.com*, 5 July 2006 - "The Math Behind Pellicano's Code": Interview with Keith Devlin, National Public Radio, 1 July 2006
- "The net reloaded",
*New Scientist*, 1 July 2006 - "The Extreme Sport of Origami,"
*Discover*, July 2006

- Reviews of
*Unknown Quantity*by John Derbyshire, June 2006 - "Chinese, English Speakers Vary at Math,"
*The Washington Post*, 26 June 2006 - "He Talks the Talk So Viewers Think He Figures the Figures,"
*The New York Times*, 25 June 2006 - "Mathematics stepping out of the shadows,"
*Business Edge*, 22 June 2006 - "Schwer fassbare dreidimensionale Sphären (Difficult-to-grasp three-dimensional spheres),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 21 June 2006 - "Hawking Takes Beijing; Now, Will Science Follow?",
*International Herald Tribune*, 20 June 2006 - "Die Ecken und Kanten des runden Balles (The corners and crusts of round balls),
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 18 June 2006 - "Awards: Kyoto Prize."
*Science*, 16 June 2006 - "Goal fever at the World Cup,"
*Nature*, 15 June 2006;

"Scientists send Eriksson the perfect penalty formula,"*The Daily Telegraph*, 22 June 2006

"Researchers try to formulate the perfect penalty shot,"*The Christian Science Monitor*, 6 July 2006 - "Mathematician Colors His Numbers into Artworks,"
*Shreveport Times*, 14 June 2006 - "The N.B.A.'s Secret Superstars,"
*The New York Times*, 10 June 2006 - "The Style of Numbers Behind a Number of Styles,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 9 June 2006 - "Charting an Arabic course": Review of
*Mathematical Geography and Cartography in Islam and their Continuation in the Occident, Vol. I*, by Fuat Sezing,*Nature*, 8 June 2006 - "Eine Hommage an Kurt Gödel (A Homage to Kurt Gödel),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 7 June 2006 - "Das höchste Porto, das auf einen Brief passt (The highest postage that fits on a letter),"
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 4 June 2006 - "Walk of the Locusts," National Public Radio, 3 June 2006
- "String Trio,"
*Science News*, 3 June 2006 - "The Forgotten Mathematician": Review of
*Arthur Cayley: Mathematician Laureate of the Victorian Age*by Tony Crilly,*Nature*, 1 June 2006 - "The Science behind Sudoku,"
*Scientific American*, June 2006

- "Science & Technology: Future Focus, Training the Next Generation,"
*The Crisis*, May-June 2006 - "Gauss's Day of Reckoning,"
*American Scientist Online*, May-June 2006 - Articles about the awarding of the Abel Prize to Lennart Carleson, May 2006
- "Number power": Review of
*Dr. Euler's Fabulous Formula: Cures Many Mathematical Ills*, by Paul J. Nahin,*New Scientist*, 27 May 2006 - "Math Professor's Work Adds Up to an International Award,"
*KBCI-TV*(Boise, ID), 24 May 2006 - "How Einstein struggled with his grand theory---and the maths,"
*The Guardian*(UK), 22 May 2006 - "The answer isn't teaching to the test,"
*The Colorado Springs Business Journal*, 19 May 2006 - "Finding Common Ground in the U.S. Math Wars,"
*Science*, 19 May 2006 - "Learning beyond the classroom,"
*USA Today*, 17 May 2006 - "New Math---Recent Algorithmic Art at LACDA," Artdaily.com, 17 May 2006
- "The NSA's Math Problem,"
*The New York Times*, 16 May 2006 - "Ex-University President to Lead U.S. Math Panel,"
*The New York Times*, 15 May 2006;

"Well-Balanced Panel to Tackle Algebra Reform,"*Science*, 19 May 2006 - "George Lenchner, 88, Dies After Life By the Numbers,"
*New York Times*, 14 May 2006 - "Algebra and Its Enemies,"
*TCSDAily.com*, 8 May 2006 - "Speed Theater,"
*The San Francisco Chronicle*, 7 May 2006 - "Wired for math,"
*Science News*, 6 May 2006 - "Free will---you only think you have it,"
*New Scientist,*6 May 2006 - "Math teacher wins TV spot,"
*Chicago Tribune*, 4 May 2006 - "Math + letter writing = free Puffs tissues,"
*WNDU-TV*(South Bend, IN), 3 May 2006 - "Ask.Com's Friendly Math Professor Does TV Show and Tell,"
*Brandweek.com*, 3 May 2006 - "When Slide Rules Ruled,"
*Scientific American*, May 2006 - "America's 100 Best,"
*Reader's Digest*, May 2006

- Articles on the centenary of the birth of Kurt Gödel, April 2006
- "Girls Just Want to Have Sums,"
*The Simpsons*, 30 April 2006 - "The curious side of big math,"
*The Toronto Star*, 30 April 2006 - "Caltech Professor Wins Top Research Award,"
*Los Angeles Times*, 24 April 2006;

"Untangling Waves.",*Science*, 28 April 2006 - "Math is truly magical,"
*KARE-TV*(Minneapolis-St. Paul), 19 April 2006 - "Elemental, My Dear Watson,"
**NET**WATCH,*Science*, 14 April 2006 - "Fibonacci Poems Multiply on the Web after Blog's Invitation,"
*The New York Times*, 14 April 2006 - "Coexistence through math is a winning equation," Israel21c, 7 May 2006;

"Science Partners,"*Jersusalem Post*online, 13 April 2006 - "Movers,"
*Nature*, 13 April 2006 - "A chaotic test for Parkinsons,"
*NewScientist.com*, 11 April 2006 - "You Want It Clean?
*You*Clean it!,"*New York Times*, 9 April 2006 - "Math's Role in Internet Security,"
*Weekend Edition*, National Public Radio (NPR), 8 April 2006 - "Suche nach der effizienten Einsteigemethode: Kontraproduktive Sitzzuteilung (Searching for the efficient boarding method: counterproductive seat assignment)",
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 3 April 2006 - "Computing with Quantum Knots,"
*Scientific American*, April 2006

- "Lost in Einstein's Shadow,"
*American Scientist*, March-April 2006 - "Knot Theory's Odd Origins,"
*American Scientist*, March-April 2006 - "Schools Cut Back Subjects to Push Reading and Math," by Sam Dillon.
*New York Times*, 26 March 2006 - "Ride the celestial subway,"
*New Scientist,*25 March 2006 - "Windy City Return,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 24 March 2006 - "Congress Examines Science Teaching,"
*The Chronicle of Higher Education*, 24 March 2006 - "Book, How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Words,"
*New York Times*, 19 March 2006 - "Film to celebrate maths genius," BBC News, 16 March 2006
- "Mathematischer Beweis einer intuitiven Idee (Mathematical proof of an intuitive idea)",
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 15 March 2006 - "National Pi Day," subject of
*The Daily One Minute Trivia Challenge*on 88Slide.com, 14 March 2006 - "Today's Lesson About the Brackets: Don't Always Follow the Crowds,"
*New York Times*, 13 March 2006;

"Bracketology,"*Riverfront Times*, 22 March 2006;

"Oops. A Few End Up Afloat in the Pool,"*New York Times*, 28 March 2006 - "Improving math ed -- Bush right about that; But where are the teachers coming from?",
*San Francisco Chronicle*, 12 March 2006 - "All Square,",
*Science News*, 11 March 2006 - "Untying a math mystery,"
*The Los Angeles Times*, 6 March 2005 - "The Limits of Mathematics,"
*Science News Online*, 4 March 2006 - "Number cruncher": Review of
*Letters to a Young Mathematician*, by Ian Stewart,*New Scientist*, 4 March 2006 - "Researchers use math to explain dolphins' dance,"
*The Jerusalem Post*, 2 March 2006 - "Largest US math group calculates in Providence,"
*The Providence Phoenix*, 1 March 2006 - "The Elusive Goal of Machine Translation,"
*Scientific American*, March 2006 - Articles about the 2006 Abel Prize awarded to Lennart Carleson, March 2006
- Articles about John Barrow receiving the 2006 Templeton Prize, March 2006
- Articles on winners of Intel Science Talent Search, March 2006
- "Knit Theory,"
*Discover*, March 2006

- "Algorithms cut job to shape,"
*Fairfax New Zealand Limited*and*Dominion Post*, 27 February 2006 - "The Galois Story,"
*Science News Online*, 25 February 2006 - "Math Clears Up an Inner-Ear Mystery: Spiral Shape Pumps Up the Bass,"
*Science*, 24 February 2006;

"Shape of Cochlea Found to Be Important to Hearing," FoxNews.com, 10 May 2006 - "Implementing a Quantum Computation by Free Falling,"
*Science*, 24 February 2006 - "Math gets its due as field enjoys rise in status, pay,"
*St. Louis Post-Dispatch*, 19 February 2006 - "Mathematik in hohen Dimensionen (Mathematics in high dimensions)",
*Neue Zürcher Zeitung*, 19 February 2006 - "Women turn math insult into aptitude adjustment,"
*San Jose Mercury News*, 15 February 2006 - "Panning for Terrorists,"
*New York Times*, 12 February 2006 - "Danica McKellar's Mathematical Theorem",
*Weekend Edition*, National Public Radio, 11 February 2006 - "FAU prof, class honor `E day,' a little letter that means a lot to mathematicians,"
*South Florida Sun-Sentinel*, 8 February 2006 - "It's the geometry, stupid: Ontario's debate over high-school calculus misses the point,"
*Toronto Star*, 5 February 2006 - "X = Karin (Johnny) > 95%,"
*The Los Angeles Times*, 4 February 2006 - "Ever More Relevant, Prime Number Proofs Chalk Up More Successes,"
*The Wall Street Journal*, 3 February 2006 - "Forensic software traces tweaks to images,"
*Nature*, 2 February 2006 - "History by numbers": Review of
*God Created the Integers*, edited by Stephen Hawking,*Nature*, 2 February 2006 - "The Dean of Debunkers",
*Discover*, February 2006 - Articles on using fractals to analyze possible art forgeries, February 2006
- "Mathematician defines beauty in new exhibition,"
*The Guardian*, 1 February 2006;

"Truth plus beauty,"*New Scientist*, 28 January 2006 - Articles on push to improve mathematics education, January and February 2006
- Reviews of
*Infinite Ascent: A Short History of Mathematics,*by David Berlinski, September 2005 and February 2006

- "Unwed Numbers"
*American Scientist*, January-February 2006 - "By the
*Numb3rs*,"*Baltimore Sun*, 27 January 2006 - "Scientists use Web site to track money and predict diseases," Associated Press, www.SignOnSanDiego.com, 26 January 2006;

"Fitting the bill,"*Nature*, 26 January 2006 - Review of
Beyond Coincidence, by Martin Plimmer and Brian King, *International Herald Tribune*, 26 January 2006 - "Edge.org: What is
*your*dangerous idea?", National Public Radio, 24 January 2006 - "Math will rock your world,"
*Business Week*, 23 January 2006 - "Hunter-Gatherers Grasp Geometry,"
*Science*, 20 January 2006 - "Hip 2B
^{2},"*San Antonio Express-News*, 14 January 2006;

"Educators show ways to climb math mountain,"*San Antonio Express-News*, 15 January 2006 - "Taking Anxiety Out of the Equation,"
*Chronicle of Higher Education*, 13 January 2006 - "Twin Prime Conjecture,"
*NOVA scienceNOW*, 10 January 2006 - "Doing the maths,"
*openDemocracy*, 10 January 2006 - "Irrationales bei Airlines und Passagieren: Das Braess-Paradoxon am Beispiel der Flugroutenwahl (Irrationality among airlines and passengers: The Braess Paradox on the example of an airline network)",
*Neue Zuercher Zeitung*, 9 January 2006 - "The torturer's dilemma: the math on fire with fire,"
*San Francisco Chronicle*, 8 January 2006 - "A leap into hyperspace,"
*New Scientist*, 7 January 2006 - "Bayes Rules",
*The Economist*, 5 January 2006 - "Mathematik zum Kugeln": Review of
*The Pea and the Sun: A Mathematical Paradox*, by Leonard M. Wapner,*Neue Zuercher Zeitung*, 1 January 2006 - Obituaries for Raoul Bott, January 2006
- "Mysterious Death of a Mathematician Finally Solved?,"
*Discover*, January 2006 - "2005: The Year in Science."
*Discover*, January 2006.

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