Chalkdust is a magazine for the mathematically curious.
A magazine is a collection of pieces of paper covered in interesting content and stapled together. Mathematics is the study of numbers, structures, patterns, and change. Something is curious if it is interesting, thought-provoking, and possibly surprising or unusual.
Chalkdust is all these things, mixed in a giant bowl, then spilt on the floor.
Chalkdust is published on paper twice a year, an more regularly on pixels. It contains articles written by people just like you, and if you’ve not written before we offer plenty of helpful and constructive feedback.
More from Chalkdust
- Fractional calculus, counting divisors, whether voting can ever be fair and much more
- Platonic shapes from tube maps, flexagons, and more mathematical craft
- The joy of Jacobians | Fields Medallist Artur Avila | Fractograms | Nash's legacy | The perils of p-values
- Ghostbusting with graph theory
- What a difference a matrix makes