November 10, 2006
Volume 11 No. 45

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Clay Mathematics Institute

Cosmeo - Discovery Education, Inc.

Curved Spaces - Jeff Weeks

  Clay Mathematics Institute

The primary objectives and purposes of The Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) are:

  • to increase and disseminate mathematical knowledge
  • to educate mathematicians and other scientists about new discoveries in the field of mathematics
  • to encourage gifted students to pursue mathematical careers
  • to recognize extraordinary achievements and advances in mathematical research

Visit the publications area of their site

  • Books
  • Historical Works
  • Collected Works
  • Online Library
  • Videos
  • Posters

View the five posters that CMI exhibited in the Boston T stations and trains to increase public awareness of mathematics:

Cosmeo - Discovery Education, Inc.

Cosmeo is Discovery Channel's homework help toolkit for students in grades K-12. A monthly fee of $9.95 or $99 a year gives you:

  • Fast Homework Help
  • Reliable Report Info
  • Math Made Easy
  • Brain Games + More

A 30-day free trial is also available.

Curved Spaces - Jeff Weeks

Jeff Weeks has announced the Mac OS X version of this software, previously available for Windows.

Curved Spaces is a flight simulator for geometers and cosmologists to explore finite universe models ("3-manifolds") or, "if you prefer, for tilings of 3-dimensional spherical, flat and hyperbolic spaces."

Programmers are offered to source code under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Download more of Weeks' geometry and topology software:


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