We were recently sent an online magazine about mathematics called Chalkdust. The magazine seems largely written by students at UCL. Some of the articles we liked were:
- An article about using analog computers to solve differential equations. When I worked at the National Nuclear Corporation, during the summer vacation, when I was an undergraduate student, one of the staff members kept complaining that the analog computers they use to use to simulate nuclear reactors were much better than the digital computers.
- An interesting article about fractional calculus
- There is an informative interview with Prof Ian Stewart. I didn’t know he had written a book with Terry Pratchett — of disc world fame.
There are also competitions and puzzles.