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Science News April 12, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: The Noisy Game of Baseball If a baseball player hits well early in the season, will he do just as well later on? 
Science News April 5, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: Creeping Up on Riemann Mathematicians move a step closer to unraveling the mystery of prime numbers. 
Popular Mechanics April 4, 2008 Brian Janosch 
March Mathness: Hoops Geek Formulates Nearly Perfect Bracket A meteorologist for the National Weather Service develops a program to predict NCAA winners based on team efficiency while in possession of the ball. 
Science News March 29, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: Humanitarian Statistics Statistical tools help guide responses to human rights crises. 
Science News March 15, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
SpoilProofing Elections The only way to ensure that the person the voters prefer walks away the winner, mathematicians say, is to fundamentally change voting procedures. 
Science News March 8, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: The Geometry of Music Music as an audible exploration of hyperdimensional geometries. 
Science News March 1, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: A Mathematical Tragedy Sophie Germain had a bold program to prove Fermat's Last Theorem. 
Science News February 23, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: An Attack on Fermat Sophie Germain was the first to propose a realistic plan to prove Fermat's Last Theorem. 
Science News February 16, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: Math on Display Visualizations of mathematics create remarkable artwork. 
Science News February 9, 2008 Julie J. Rehmeyer 
Math Trek: The Grammy in Mathematics Mathematician nominated for award for restoring the only known recording of a live Woody Guthrie performance 
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