In This Issue
Clay Mathematics Institute
Cosmeo  Discovery Education, Inc.
Curved Spaces  Jeff Weeks


Clay Mathematics Institute
http://www.claymath.org/
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
http://www.claymath.org/publications/
 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:
http://www.claymath.org/publications/posters.php
Cosmeo  Discovery Education, Inc.
http://www.cosmeo.com/
Cosmeo is Discovery Channel's homework help toolkit for students in grades K12. 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 30day free trial is also available.
Curved Spaces  Jeff Weeks
http://geometrygames.org/CurvedSpaces/
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 ("3manifolds") or, "if you prefer, for tilings of 3dimensional 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:
http://geometrygames.org/


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