Issue 06 was released on 19 October 2017. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
In conversation with Cédric VillaniWe feel underdressed for Breakfast at Villani's
Cardioids in coffee cupsStaring at your coffee, you wonder whether the light reflecting in cup really is a cardioid curve...
Mathematics for the three-fingered mathematicianRobert J Low flips one upside down.
The mathematics of Maryam MirzakhaniWe take a proper look at her mathematical accomplishments
Biography of Sophie BryantA biography of Sophie Bryant
Geographic profilingMurder, maths, malaria and mammals
Roots: Blaise PascalBlaise Pascal was driven to begin the mechanisation of mathematics by his father's struggles with an accounts book in 17th century France.
On the cover: Euclidean Egg IIIEuclidean Egg III makes the cover of issue 06!
Pretty pictures in the complex planeContemplate the beauty of the Julia and Mandelbrot sets and an elegant mathematical explanation of them
Pretend numbers20 questions, the axiom of choice and colouring sequences.
Prize crossnumber, Issue 06Win £100 of Maths Gear goodies by solving our famously fiendish crossnumber
Dear Dirichlet, Issue 06Prof. Dirichlet tackles archaeology and supercomputers in answering your personal problems
Comic: The Inverse Homotopy, part 5Part 5 of our mathematical comic's adventure
Which mathematical software are you?"R" you a Matlab or a Python? Fortran or Mathematica? Find out which package suits you best.
Top Ten: Geometry instrumentsThe definitive chart of the best tools
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 06Mathematical fashion advice for an ever-changing world
Top ten vote issue 06Vote for your favourite mathematical celebration day
Page 3 model: Crowd controlModelling a Saturday afternoon on Oxford Street
How to make: a hyperbolic planeA great way to waste a lot of paper
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