British geometric artist Nick Sayers tackles his own head as a canvas. His noggin sports a series of rhombuses shaved into his hair for a cut that proudly proclaims a love of math.
Doodle celebrates mathematician Pierre de Fermat's 410th birthday, and drops a seriously nerdy inside joke.
Research from Johns Hopkins University suggests that some people are naturally good at math, whereas others may never be.
This week, we poll everyone on their favorite online music service, and find out why New Yorkers can't get the latest and greatest in streaming TV services.
In a contest challenging seniors with exceptional math and science skills, Intel awards $100,000 to California boy for project comparing two ways to estimate the square root of an integer.
March 14 is a day to honor one of our most beloved decimals--with jewelery, revelry, and, of course, pie. How will you celebrate?
Just in time for St. Patty's, mathematicians from Ireland figure out how to put a better, cheaper head on your Guinness.
Extensive research into brain-stimulating headgear has academic saying it makes you better at art, math--though why is unclear.
Researchers in the U.K. claim that a low level zap of electricity to the appropriate part of your brain will make you better at solving math problems.
If you are looking for little ways to get greener in the kitchen but want to keep using aluminum foil, recycled foil might be one answer.