Shakuntala Devi’s Biopic on Amazon Prime Video Skims Over One of Her Most Important Works — A Book on Homosexuality in India
The human calculator’s ‘The World of Homosexuals’ published back in 1977, is considered to be one of the first studies of queerness in India.
Adults have an impact on students' math anxiety, but that can change.
Meet the 17-year-old desi megamind and newly minted author of 'Weird Maths' who grew up being compared to Einstein.
We did some math and talked to drug policy experts about how the latest 12-ton haul would affect global consumers.
The global measurement of fossil fuel subsidies is most likely wrong.
The new £5 notes contain traces of tallow, which is made out of animal fat. Lots of people are upset about this – that's a given. But exactly how many animals are being killed in the name of the Bank of England?
Researchers from the Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry figured out the formula behind the ultimate cup of joe.
A team of mathematicians has calculated the shortest possible route between 24,727 pubs across the UK. Who said maths wasn't cool?
I assumed Carin Fishel would have discovered the secret to dating, so I called her for advice.
Jeremy Corbyn may not know who these national treasures are, but we do. So it is important that we fight them.
We asked Tim Harford, host of statistics podcast More Or Less, how we can find out when newspapers and politicians are being liberal with the truth.
Ali Nesin, a Turkish maths professor created a sanctuary totally dedicated to quality number crunching.