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, and 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
Things to makePlatonic shapes from tube maps, flexagons, and more mathematical craft
What’s hot and what’s not
Optimal Pac-ManGhostbusting with graph theory
Reinventing 2DWhat a difference a matrix makes
Your social networksHow similar are you to your friends?
Art meets maths