Issue 10 was released on 24 October 2019. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
- And will we soon all be out of a job? Kevin Buzzard worries us all.
- We chat to the crypto chief about inventing RSA... but not being able to tell anyone
- Yiannis Petridis connects square roots and continued fractions
- Pamela E Harris's story, as told by Talithia Williams
- Carmen Cabrera Arnau explores the use of AI in composition
- Angela Brett might not be standing on their shoulders
- Ever thought about making your own fractal?
- Explaining the mathematics of tiling, and the cover of Issue 10
- Paula Rowińska uses mathematics to answer some awkward questions
- Andrei Chekmasov explores order and infinity
- Can you solve it?
- Letter writing, hospital visits, and getting the family active are among the topics of discussion in this issue's Dear Dirichlet advice column
- Part 7 of our mathematical comic's adventure
- How do you like your numbers? Prime? Positive but infinitely small? Find out which famous mathematician you are
- Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
- The definitive chart of the best issues of Chalkdust
- You won't bee-lieve it
- Vote for your favourite picture of a scorpion
- Tasty and mathematical
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- Celebrate the launch of issue 11 by taking part in our puzzle hunt
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- Are you a torus? A cone? Ed Spheran? Find out by answering a maximum of five easy questions
- Grant applications, musical media and last-minute Olympics training are the topics readers have sent in to the professor's postbox this issue