In 1993, a British mathematician solved a centuries-old problem. But he couldn’t have done it without the help of many other mathematicians, both historical and modern.

In 1993, a British mathematician solved a centuries-old problem. But he couldn’t have done it without the help of many other mathematicians, both historical and modern.

Computers are increasingly used to prove mathematical theorems. So does that mean human mathematicians will become obselete?

A Japanese mathematician says he’s proved a famous unsolved conjecture. The problem is, nobody can understand the solution he’s put forth.

Poetry is at the heart of technology. Did not Pythagoras find the connections between beautiful music and mathematics?