### Scientists find no difference in math ability in the brains of boys and girls

The findings suggest that gender differences in math are socially-induced rather than innately biological.

The findings suggest that gender differences in math are socially-induced rather than innately biological.

42 may or may not be the answer to everything -- but it's definitely a solution for this math problem.

Don't let your brain put real-life information into math problems.

The beauty of math is embedded in nature.

We need more kings awarding prizes to people in STEM.

She brought a new understanding of mathematics, while helping to change a corrosive culture in academia.

An anime math problem? My favorite.

A problem that turned out to have more sides than initially thought.

If you're not a fan of straight lines, you'll love Pi.

Can you find the solution to this delicious math problem?

It all started with an intriguing post on Reddit.

Talk about a special mind.

Who would have guessed tiling is so complex?

As far as modern tech and know-how is concerned, zero is the hero.

"The laws of mathematics are very commendable but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia."

Art and science go hand in hand.

It's all in the grain size.

You now have a new excuse for failing math.

Mathematics is a very powerful tool to create beautiful works of art.

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