Best Mathematics podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)

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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society

The American Mathematical Societys Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Listen to researchers talk about how they use math: from presenting realistic animation to beating cancer.

MCMP – Philosophy of Mathematics

Interviews with Mathematicians about their New Books

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Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain

A mathematics podcast from ACMEScience featuring the best math stories from the world of maths

Profound Understanding Of Children’s Mathematics: Overview

The following podcasts look at linear systems and the equation of a line

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MCMP – Mathematical Philosophy (Archive 2011/12)

MCMP – Mathematical Philosophy (Archive 2011/12)

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Mathematical Challenges in Quantum Information

Quantum information is currently one of the most dynamic and exciting areas of science and technology. Its breadth of significance ranges from deep fundamental issues of the ultimate physical limits of information processing and foundations of quantum mechanics, to the technological exploitation of quantum physics for exponentially enhanced computing power and novel possibilities for communication and information security. It is a highly cross-disciplinary subject with essential inputs from ...

Mathematics: Making the Invisible Visible

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ORNL's Computer Science and Mathematics Division Seminar

The Computer Science and Mathematics Division Seminar Series is a platform to bring in scientists performing pre-eminent work of interest to the Division. The goal of the main portion of the series (October-June) is to keep staff current on computer science and mathematics research and foster external collaboration. There is an effort by the committee to bring in a wide variety of speakers covering some form of the development and/or application of numerical methods.

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Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance

Topics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance

Babylonian mathematics - for iBooks

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GaryGeck.com's Secret History and Meaning of Life Podcast (Philosophy, mathematics, computer science, logic, mysticism and metaphysics!)

Welcome to the Gary Geck Podcast. Here you will have audio versions of my work in progress on Gottfried Leibniz's Monadology as i complete the chapters. Here you will also find the audio versions of videos i have on YouTube. Visit http://garygeck.com for more info! Mt Secret History series covers the meaning of life and features special attention on the works of Georg Cantor, Kurt Friedrich Gödel, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, German Romanicism and Idealism, Nicolas of Cusa, the Hermeticists an ...

A selection of lectures, interviews, readings, concerts, and performances from Boston College.

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Exploring mathematics: maths in nature and art - for iPod/iPhone

Exploring mathematics: maths in nature and art - for iPod/iPhone

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Retirement Answer Man Show

What are you filling your head with? The “Facebook effect” or “social media effect” can lead us to be mentally consuming more junk than we would like. That’s why now it is even more important than ever to be intentional about what you read. Each year I buy dozens of books to line my bookshelves. This year I have compiled a list of books that I ...…

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Math Ed Podcast

Muteb Alqahtani from SUNY Cortland discusses the article, "Mediational activities in a dynamic geometry environment and teachers' specialized content knowledge," published in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, volume 38. (Co-author: Arthur Powell) Muteb's Department Webpage Article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S07323123 ...…

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Swept Together

We’re throwing back to our days of advanced math + physics, how Christian wooed Annabelle by sharing intellectual articles, and why you shouldn’t let the little things slide in your relationship. Back in the day, Christian shared a Ted Talk with Annabelle about the mathematics of love and now we’ve turned it into a podcast because it’s the secr ...…

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Life Center Rainier Weekend Message Podcast

Secrets of the Radicals | Week 4 Matthew 6:25-34 WORRY IS PRACTICAL ATHEISM Worry is more a BELIEF issue than a CIRCUMSTANCE issue. Philippians 4:6-7 THE MATHEMATICS OF WORRY: WORRY + NOTHING WORRY – YOUR FAITH WORRY x ANXIETY WORRY ÷ LIFEJESUS ∞ FAITHFUL

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Intel Chip Chat - Archive

In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Susan Blocher, VP for Hybrid Infrastructure Marketing at HPE, joins us live from HPE Discover 2017 to discuss how HPE hybrid infrastructure is helping deliver social good and scientific discovery. Blocher works to help make IT simple and tell the stories that demonstrate how HPE technolo ...…

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The Photo Flunky Show: Photography | Blogging | Creativity

Do you need talent to become a great photographer? That's a question I heard from a video by Manny Ortiz on YouTube, so this is our addition to the conversation Manny started. Why Do You Need Talent to Become a Great Photographer? Here's the video that started this discussion. The first words on the video should ease your mind. You do not need ...…

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Sunday Joseph Adenuga

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, any other way will be a curve. In the mathematics of life this is so true, and it is time everybody begin to think straight, act straight and talk straight. In this episode, Pastor Joseph Adenuga spoke on the need to avoid seeking short cuts. He maintained that short cuts always cuts ...…

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Speaker(s): Dr Pablo Rodriguez | Innovation in most large companies these days is fairly incremental. There is nothing inherently wrong in this, as much of our progress as a society has resulted from such innovation. Over recent years, however, we are seeing a radical departure from incremental innovation. Instead, we look at organisations who ...…

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Your High Vibration Life Podcast – GreenSmoothieGirl

My friend, Teri Cochrane talks about the mathematical mysteries of living a high vibration life. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and Huntington College. She’s an integrative practitioner and thought leader in functional epigenetic nutrition. She integrates kinesiology, biophysics, and nutrigenomic evaluations to help develop an i ...…

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ArcanaImperii

In this episode of Arcana, Gabrielle and Arianna examine Gerrymandering. What is Gerrymandering? How do we measure it and determine if it is a problem? This episode will examine the politics of gerrymandering with a discussion with Massachusetts Senator Jamie Eldridge, who is driving a bill in MA to create independent districting commissions. T ...…

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Thinking Out Loud With PJ

Psychedelics and mathematics, chaos and order, the savant and the noble savage.

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Jam Logs, the Podcast of The 1937 Flood

Could it be that a decade has passed since Jacob Scarr started playing with The Flood? Well, let’s see — he was just 14 when he first unpacked his guitar at a Flood rehearsal; now he’s midway through his second year of law school, so, yeah, that amazing mathematics is apparently right. Nowadays, we don’t get to see Jacob more than a couple of t ...…

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Chaos Computer Club - recent events feed (low quality)

Most working engineers view machine-checked mathematical proofs as an academic curiosity, if they have ever heard of the concept at all. In contrast, activities like testing, debugging, and code review are accepted as essential. They are woven into the lives of nearly all developers. In this talk, I will explain how I see machine-checked proofs ...…