Issue 15 was released to the world on 25 May 2022. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
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In conversation with Sammie BuzzardEllen talks to the mathematician and scientist about Attenborough, arctan and Antarctica
Surviving the bridge in Squid GameE Adrian Henle, Nick Gantzler, François-Xavier Coudert & Cory Simon team up for a deadly challenge
Accidentally mathematical songsGoran Newsum always should be someone you really love
On the cover: Regular tilingsPoppy Azmi explores the patterns that are all around us
The power of curly bracketsMats Vermeeren sketches a simple proof of Noether's first theorem
Significant figures: Gladys WestMadeleine Hall looks at one of the minds behind GPS
The hidden harmonies of Hamming distanceChris Boucher explores the secrets and symmetries behind a measure of the distance between binary strings
My secretJulia Schanen hates being mistaken for a genius.
Slaying the dragonCallum Ilkiw takes us through a Dungeons and Dragons dice dilemma
Covering infinitySophie Bleau uncovers the secrets behind covering maps
An uncomfortable truthLucy Rycroft-Smith and Darren Macey unpick the legacy of some of the most ubiquitous names in statistics
Prize crossnumber, Issue 15Win a £100 Maths Gear goody bag by solving our infamous puzzle
Dear Dirichlet, Issue 15Weddings, holidays and catfish find their way into the prof's postbox this issue.
Cryptic crossword, Issue 15Can you solve it?
The big argument: Are whiteboards better than blackboards?Board yet? You will be.
Which Greek letter are you?Are you β? Are you γ?
My favourite LaTeX packageThe Chalkdust editors share some of their favourites
Book of the Year 2021We announce the winner of this coveted prize
Top Ten: MatricesThe definitive chart of the best matrices
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 15Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
Page 3 model: The potato EarthHow Kelvin estimated the age of the Earth by thinking about a baked potato
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