The Chalkdust editors share some of their favourites
We announce the winner of this coveted prize
Looking for a challenge? Try our cryptic crossnumber—with hints and tips so anyone can have a go!
A handy tool that can make writing great tweets much easier
Does maths need a Nobel prize?
Your guide to creating the optimal homepage
Print it out and play against your friends!
Tired of hearing people ask which area of maths is your favourite? Get one of these tattooed on your forehead and you'll never be asked again...
Race to be the first to get five-in-a-row
Read about our least favourite numbers in this collection from issue 5!
We tell you what's popular in the world of maths, so you can get ahead of the curve!
Moonlighting agony uncle Professor Dirichlet answers our readers' personal problems.
Be the envy of your friends with our guide to what's hot in maths right now
Our original £100 prize crossnumber. Download and enjoy!
The resultant art is the outcome and purpose that elevates and distinguishes the science.
These solutions relate to puzzles found in Issue 01 of the magazine.