# Journalism

- Household Chores for Mathematicians Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- Weekend reads: A proposal to end NSF watchdog; Power pose criticism redux; A limit to lifetime word count? Retraction Watch
- WS More or Less: Are US millennials more politically engaged online? More or Less: Behind the Stats
- Un problema sobre matrices y determinantes Gaussianos
- Smale's chaotic horseshoe: continued plus.maths.org
- Stephen Smale talks about the horseshoe plus.maths.org
- Science Sandbox Enters Partnership With Sundance Institute Simons Foundation
- Retract, replace, retract: Beleaguered food researcher pulls article from JAMA journal (again) Retraction Watch
- Holo-Math sounds pretty wild The Aperiodical
- Smale's chaotic horseshoe plus.maths.org
- On Open Source with Max Tegmark mathbabe
- A Very Few Math Bits From the Week MathTango...
- Estimate: Nearly 33,000 papers include misidentified cell lines. Experts talk ways to combat growing problem Retraction Watch
- Mathe-Nachhilfe für Millionen Mathlog
- The Ongoing Plight of Girls in STEM Change the Equation
- After journal retracts their paper, authors post rebuttal on arXiv Retraction Watch
- Ethical concerns arise for head of controversial stem cell clinic Retraction Watch
- 19 Ottobre 1910: Buon compleanno, Chandra! Rudi Matematici
- Deconstructing “A World Beyond P-values” Error Statistics Philosophy
- Five Winning Science Everywhere Teachers Are Announced Simons Foundation
- Caught Our Notice: Another retraction for researcher paid $100k to leave uni Retraction Watch
- Applications Open for 2018 Python Astronomy Meeting Simons Foundation
- Journal: Publish here, and we’ll pay you $500 Retraction Watch
- Pixelated Movies Yield Faster Way to Image Many Neurons Simons Foundation
- Researcher apologizes for ignoring early warnings about earthquake data Retraction Watch
- Mathematical modelling of Facebook use (video) The Aperiodical
- 21 faculty at Johns Hopkins threaten to resign from board if journal doesn’t retract paper Retraction Watch
- Boys will be boys: Data error prompts U-turn on study of sex differences in school Retraction Watch
- Quick & Dirty - Bollicine Rudi Matematici
- Circular reasoning on Catalan numbers The Aperiodical
- Save the Further Maths Support Programme The Aperiodical
- 7 Advantages of Online Math Tutoring that you probably don’t know Gonit Sora
- Regional Mathematical Olympiad India 2017 Questions Gonit Sora
- How thoughts arise from sights: inferotemporal and prefrontal contributions to vision. Simons Foundation
- Magnetic eye tracking in mice. Simons Foundation
- A Circuit Node that Integrates Convergent Input from Neuromodulatory and Social Behavior-Promoting Neurons to Control Aggression in Drosophila. Simons Foundation
- Aberrant Cortical Activity in Multiple GCaMP6-Expressing Transgenic Mouse Lines. Simons Foundation
- How Richard Thaler changed Economics More or Less: Behind the Stats
- High-Yield Methods for Accurate Two-Alternative Visual Psychophysics in Head-Fixed Mice. Simons Foundation
- Fundamental bound on the persistence and capacity of short-term memory stored as graded persistent activity. Simons Foundation
- Statistical skepticism: How to use significance tests effectively: 7 challenges & how to respond to them Error Statistics Philosophy
- Potpourri MathTango...
- Emmanuel Candès – MacArthur Fellow Beyond Reviews: Inside MathSciNet
- Putting a Price on Elementary Math Change the Equation
- Measuring π with a pendulum The Aperiodical
- Measuring π with a pendulum Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- Celebrating Black Mathematician Month! plus.maths.org
- Fighting future pandemics plus.maths.org
- HLF Blogs: Efim Zelmanov’s Desert Island Maths Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- HLF Blogs: Efim Zelmanov’s Desert Island Maths The Aperiodical
- Monty Hall may now rest in peace, but his problem will continue to frustrate Devlin's Angle
- Stupid-looking maths question does the rounds, isn’t stupid Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- Stupid-looking maths question does the rounds, isn’t stupid The Aperiodical
- The Sound of Proof The Aperiodical
- School of Science welcomes new faculty members MIT News - Mathematics
- Ada Lovelace Day [PILLOLE] mauriziocodogno – Il Post
- Fighting future pandemics plus.maths.org
- Happy Ada Lovelace day! plus.maths.org
- Maths on a boat: Yipeng Huang plus.maths.org
- WS More or Less: Kilobyte to Brontobyte More or Less: Behind the Stats
- 2017 London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures now online The Aperiodical
- Berechenbarer Krebs Mathlog
- Petition to update UK traffic signs to use a geometrically plausible football The Aperiodical
- 9 Ottobre 1873: Buon compleanno, Karl! Rudi Matematici
- Un dado dispari mauriziocodogno – Il Post
- Overview... "Foolproof, and Other Mathematical Meditations" MathTango...
- Dusa McDuff's Favorite Theorem Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- Blogs from this year’s Heidelberg Laureate Forum Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The 1-Dimensional Sphere Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- 1st Potpourri of October MathTango...
- Illusion des Jahres Mathlog
- Meet the Guy Bringing 'Dumb Data' Movie Math to Reddit MatthewMaddux Education
- Math Class Doesn’t Work. Here’s the Solution. MatthewMaddux Education
- Ex-Google Engineer Designs Mathematically Optimized Measuring Cup MatthewMaddux Education
- Why we're adding Black Mathematician Month to our calendars MatthewMaddux Education
- Celebrating the life of doctoral student and alumnus Michael B. Cohen MIT News - Mathematics
- New venues for the statistics wars Error Statistics Philosophy
- Ten researchers from MIT and Broad receive NIH Director’s Awards MIT News - Mathematics
- Gravitational waves get Nobel Prize plus.maths.org
- Maths on a boat: Young researchers at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum plus.maths.org
- Essays: Futurism and Equifax mathbabe
- Perplex – OU & UKMT puzzle app Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- Die Mathematik der Gravitationswellen Mathlog
- WS More or Less: Big polluters - ships versus cars More or Less: Behind the Stats
- NY Times on Coding Boot Camp Closures MadMath
- Wahl in Österreich Mathlog
- HLF Blogs – Mathematical Theories of Communication Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- Vladimir Voevodsky 1966-2017 Mathlog
- Block Plan Round 1: Linear Algebra in 3.5 Weeks Flat PhD + epsilon
- An Interview with Yours Truly Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- HLF Blogs – Michael Atiyah’s Favourite Manifold Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- HLF Blogs – The numbers behind the young researchers Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- Their Favorite Theorem Relatively Prime
- Remembering what you didn’t know PhD + epsilon
- Uber; EU passports; counting domestic violence More or Less: Behind the Stats
- HLF Blogs – Fractals for dinner Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- HLF Blogs – Leslie Lamport thinks your proofs are bad Blackboard Bold – The Aperiodical
- A Short-ish Potpourri MathTango...
- An Interview with Cedric Villani: 2010 Fields Medalist Gonit Sora
- Exams at Different Stages of Engineering Gonit Sora
- Indians to Prove the Origin of Zero in India Gonit Sora
- HLFF extends cooperation agreement with the award-granting institutions Gonit Sora
- How private schools are handling math instruction MatthewMaddux Education
- 300 Jahre Schulpflicht Mathlog
- Il problema di settembre (589) - Fiori, zappe e compassi Rudi Matematici
- Is CS for All Really a Sinister Plot Against Tech Workers? Change the Equation
- Mathematics professor emeritus honored in new book MatthewMaddux Education
- Die Wiederentdeckung des Diesel Mathlog
- WS More or Less: Sperm - Are we going extinct? More or Less: Behind the Stats
- Gaydar algorithms and ethics mathbabe
- Thesis Defense Horror Stories MadMath
- G.A. Barnard: The “catch-all” factor: probability vs likelihood Error Statistics Philosophy
- George Barnard’s birthday: stopping rules, intentions Error Statistics Philosophy
- Statistics abuse, tuition fees and beer in 1887 More or Less: Behind the Stats
- A Math Mishmash To End the Week MathTango...
- Skills will mould you into successful being Gonit Sora
- A salute to progress: the Heidelberg Laureate Forum celebrates its fifth event this weekend Gonit Sora
- Q: Why are numerical methods necessary? If we can’t get exact solutions, then how do we know when our approximate solutions are any good? Ask a Mathematician / Ask a Physicist