- Edmund Harriss
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- The 2×1 rectangle and Domes
- Arrange whatever pieces come your way
- 2+2 = 1? Patterns in Modular arithmetic
- Rep-tiles, or how mathematicians start to puzzle and open up questions.
- Surfaces 1: The ooze of the past
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- Have we ever lost mathematics?
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- Magnetic Klein Quartic
- Reflections in spheres
- Responsibility of Mathematicians
- The strange quest: Mathematics as Concrete Art

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