Issue 10 was released on 24 October 2019. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
Can computers prove theorems?And will we soon all be out of a job? Kevin Buzzard worries us all.
In conversation with Clifford CocksWe chat to the crypto chief about inventing RSA... but not being able to tell anyone
On √2Yiannis Petridis connects square roots and continued fractions
Spotlight on: Pamela HarrisPamela E Harris's story, as told by Talithia Williams
Artificial musicCarmen Cabrera Arnau explores the use of AI in composition
They might not be giantsAngela Brett might not be standing on their shoulders
On the cover: Islamic geometryExplaining the mathematics of tiling, and the cover of Issue 10
Crocheting fractalsEver thought about making your own fractal?
Secrets, surveys and statisticsPaula Rowińska uses mathematics to answer some awkward questions
Curiosities of linearly ordered setsAndrei Chekmasov explores order and infinity
Prize crossnumber, Issue 10Can you solve it?
Dear Dirichlet, Issue 10Letter writing, hospital visits, and getting the family active are among the topics of discussion in this issue's Dear Dirichlet advice column
Comic: The Inverse Homotopy, part 7Part 7 of our mathematical comic's adventure
Which mathematician are you?How do you like your numbers? Prime? Positive but infinitely small? Find out which famous mathematician you are
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 10Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
Top Ten: issues of ChalkdustThe definitive chart of the best issues of Chalkdust
Page 3 model: BeesYou won't bee-lieve it
Top ten vote issue 10Vote for your favourite picture of a scorpion
How to make: tessellating shortbreadTasty and mathematical
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A Ring of Cats and DogsWe review the first of this year’s nominees for the Book of the Year
Chalkdust Book of the Year 2022We announce the shortlist of our favourite maths-themed books of last year
Come to the issue 16 launch partyCelebrate the latest issue with us in London on 28 November