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» A formula for predicting innovation
Sat, 14 Feb 2015 16:47:20 EST
By the time she was six years old, Nadya Bliss had already figured out her professional calling. She knew that one day she would be a mathematician.
» Mathematics student visits all S-Bahn stations in Berlin by fastest route
Wed, 11 Feb 2015 08:47:44 EST
Mathematics student Loes Knoben recently managed to visit all S-Bahn stations in Berlin in the fastest way possible, namely in 15 hours and 4 minutes, a new record. In order to achieve this, she programmed a mathematical tool in which all stations had to be visited at least once and where all connections had to be ridden at least once as well. Her tool eventually provided a travel plan which, despite a heavy storm, in practice would be 1 hour and 57 minutes faster than the previous record. At every station she took a picture as proof. The record attempt has been submitted to Guinness World Records, for an official mention.

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