Breaking Math Podcast

Breaking Math Podcast

Rerun of P1: Peano Addition

On this problem episode, join Sofía and guest Diane Baca to learn about what an early attempt to formalize the natural numbers has to say about whether or not m+n equals n+m.

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Opinionated History of Mathematics

Intellectual Mathematics

Rationalism 2.0: Kant’s philosophy of geometry

Kant developed a philosophy of geometry that explained how geometry can be both knowable in pure thought and applicable to physical reality. Namely, because geometry is built into not only our minds but also the way in which we perceive the world. In this way, Kant solved the applicability problem of classical rationalism, albeit at … Continue reading Rationalism 2.0: Kant’s philosophy of geometry

The Universe Speaks in Numbers

Faber and Faber

The Universe Speaks in Numbers: Phil Anderson interviewed by Graham Farmelo

Phil Anderson was one of the most creative theoretical physicists of the past century. Among dozens of key contributions, he pioneered our understanding of symmetry breaking and paved the way to our modern understanding of weak and electromagnetic interactions, and the prediction of what became known as the Higgs boson. He did all this without state-of-the-art mathematics and was wary of mathematics-led approaches to our understanding of Nature. In this interview, recorded on 31 July 2014, he talks about his early career and his suspicions of string theory. He also tells me what topics he would advise bright young scientists to study.This is one of a series of interviews given by world-class experts to Graham on the themes he explores in his new book The Universe Speaks in Numbers.  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Mathematics Simplified

Anjali Sharma

Maths is often dreaded as a subject by most of the students. Here is an attempt to simplify various topics in Mathematics and help reduce Maths Phobia.

Machine Learning Cafe

Miklos Zoltan Toth

What is beyond PoCs? ML project-hurdles you should be prepared to take with Balázs Kégl - 016

In this episode, our guest was Balázs Kégl who is head of AI Research at Huawei Paris. We were talking about machine learning projects from the organizational point of view. We talked about the relationship between technical and non-technical people, and why are there so many POC projects why only a few of them is productionised? So, if you are a data scientist and you cannot convince your manager or your client to create a project, you should definitely listen to this episode. Moreover, we talked about some technical stuff at the end. Connect Balazs at Linkedin: ---General Info--- About the host: Miklos Toth is a Machine Learning enthusiast who is also teaching Machine Learning and Deep Learning at international companies, working on various ML projects as an engineer. About the co-host: Levente Szabados is a Deep tech leader, consultant, an

intuitions behind Data Science

Ashay Javadekar

No math, no equations, just intuitions behind Data Science.

My Favorite Theorem

Kevin Knudson & Evelyn Lamb

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Casual Inference

Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray

Keep it casual with the Casual Inference podcast. Your hosts Lucy D'Agostino McGowan and Ellie Murray talk all things epidemiology, statistics, data science, causal inference, and public health. Sponsored by the American Journal of Epidemiology.

Turing Rabbit Holes

Gabriel Hesch

Math, physics, history, politics, and art all rolled into one. Support this podcast:

The Structural Engineering Podcast

Zach and Max

Episode 65 - Concrete for Christmas

In this episode Max gets stuck in the office wrapping up a concrete submittal before the holidays. Luckily Tyler Ley swings by to help save the day and teach us about the miracle of concrete. For more from Tyler, Check out the links below:Tyler's YouTubeAdditional info on:Aggregate In ConcreteCement ContentCement TypesThere is so much more on Tyler's YouTube channel, so go check it out!WebsiteInstagramLinkedInFaceBookYouTubeEmail: 

The Art of Mathematics

Carol Jacoby

Conversations, explorations, conjectures solved and unsolved, mathematicians and beautiful mathematics. No math background required.

Cryptography FM

Nadim Kobeissi

Episode 21: Proving Fundamental Equivalencies in Isogeny Mathematics!

Benjamin Wesolowski talks about his latest paper in which he mathematically proved that the two fundamental problems underlying isogeny-based cryptography are equivalent.
Links and papers discussed in the show:
* The supersingular isogeny path and endomorphism ring problems are equivalent (
* Episode 5: Isogeny-based Cryptography for Dummies! (
Music composed by Toby Fox and performed by Sean Schafianski ( Special Guest: Benjamin Wesolowski.

Practical Significance

The American Statistical Association

Practical Significance | Episode 11: Statisticians Making a Difference

Service is a critical component driving the strength and vitality of the ASA, as well as some of its members. Practical Significance hosts two such members who aim to “make a difference” by lending their expertise to outside organizations striving to make the world a better place. During this month’s episode, Davina Durgana, chair of Statistics Without Borders, and David Corliss, founder of Peace-Work, reflect on their experiences and discuss the importance of their work.
David and Davina discuss the mission of their respective organizations, a memorable project, and how service ...
The post Practical Significance | Episode 11: Statisticians Making a Difference first appeared on Amstat News.

Infinitely Irrational: A Math Podcast

Infinitely Irrational: A Math Podcast


In this episode, Nathalie reflects on the past two years since the start of the podcast, including why she started the podcast and incorporating feedback from you!

Let us know your thoughts.  Follow us on Facebook or email us at  For math and the research behind the episode, visit our webpage at We look forward to hearing from you!

Journal Club

Data Skeptic

Science Fiction, Training Thousands at Home, and AutoML-Zero

This week we are back with our regular panelists! Kyle brings us a short article exploring science fiction impacting AI titled "Survey Finds Science Fiction One of Many Factors Impacting Views of AI Technology." George brings us an article about using thousands fo computers from universities, companies and volunteers to train one huge transformer,  titled "Train Vast Neural Networks Together." Last but not least Lan brings us the paper this week! She discusses the paper "AutoML-Zero: Evolving Machine Learning Algorithms From Scratch."

Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain



On this episode of Relatively Prime, Michole Enjoli and Noelle Sawyer take over for Black in Math Week. They talk to Brea Ratliff and José Vilson, two Black…

Sum of All Parts

ABC Radio

16.2 How we evacuate

How would you react if you received this SMS?


When we evacuate from a bushfire, we fall into one of seven types of evacuee; from Threat Deniers, to Worried Waverers, to Experienced Independents.

This is the story of a bad evacuee turned good.

Math-Life Balance

Mura Yakerson

The official podcast version of Mura Yakerson's YouTube channel Math-Life Balance. What Mura has to say about the content: "In this [podcast] I post my non-professional interviews with professional mathematicians. I ask my colleagues about their personal experience in math, their struggles and lifehacks. I hope that this shared experience would be helpful for other people in the math community, especially for young mathematicians!" Interviews are posted weekly during the weekends.

Diverse Engineering

EbaNee Bond

The University of Akron's (UA) College of Engineering and Polymer Science returns with their latest installment of “Diverse Engineering – Women Engineers Through the Decades,” a podcast celebrating diverse voices and stories of UA engineering graduates.



From number theory to topology, join Axioms on a journey through the world of mathematics.

Radical Mathematicians

Radical Mathematicians

Doug & Sydney gossip about dead mathematicians


Anthony Silveira


Mathematical Objects

Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett

Mathematical Objects: A sheep, at least one side of which is black

A conversation about mathematical jokes, humour and folklore inspired by a sheep, at least one side of which is black. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett. The jokes sent to Peter on Twitter that we mention can be found in the replies to this tweet.

The Function Room


A podcast about the big numbers, the hard sums, the mathematics that defines, runs, shapes, changes, begins, ends, every things our lives and the world around us. Hosted by Colm O'Regan. An award-winning radio broadcaster, comedian, novelist and it turns out lapsed engineer who is trying to feel useful again. Each episode sheds light on a tiny corner of a giant subject with entertaining guests and accessible talk.

Allison Loves Math Podcast

Allison Dillard

Self-Advocacy Advice for Underrepresented Math Students with Shanise Walker

"Do you want to be great or do you want to be comfortable?" Advocate for your needs. Be proactive. Build a support system. Take risks. Push yourself to do great things. In today's interview, Shanise Walker, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, shares inspiring and practical advice for math students about how to advocate for themselves and set themselves up for success in math. Shanise is a first-generation college student, who earned B.S. in Mathematics from UGA and Ph.D. in Mathematics from Iowa State University.  Her research interests lie in extremal combinatorics and graph theory and she is active in service to the mathematical profession related to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI).  Allison and Shanise discuss: How Shanise fell in love with Math [3.15] Being proactive and having a plan [5.54] Shanise talks about her blog in the American M

Resoundingly Human


Resoundingly Human: What is … an interview with Sam Buttrey, winner of Jeopardy! Tournament of Professors!

In this week’s episode I’m thrilled to be joined by a very special guest, Sam Buttrey, an associate professor of operations research at the Naval Postgraduate School and winner of the first-ever Jeopardy! Tournament of Professors. Sam competed against professors from across the country and in a variety of disciplines to win not only the $100,000 grand prize, but an opportunity to further compete in the 2022 Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions.

Nodycast: The Podcast on Nonlinear Dynamics

C 'Nat' Nataraj

Nodycast is a lively podcast discussing the theory, techniques and latest innovations in nonlinear dynamics, and its applications to systems of all kinds. This includes almost everything under the sun such as mechanical, structural, electrical, chemical, thermo-fluid, ecological, economic, epidemiological, biological and chemical systems. It is hosted by Dr. 'Nat' C. Nataraj, Moritz Professor at Villanova University and Senior Editor for Nonlinear Dynamics, a Springer-Nature journal.




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【主持人】臺灣大學科學教育發展中心特約主持人 周雲
作者: 保羅.拉克哈特 Paul Lockhart
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Kalami Q/A

Mostapha Kalami Heris

کانال پرسش و پاسخ کلامی

The Powers of Math

Courtney Powers

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Plus podcast – Maths on the Move

The Plus team

New ways of seeing with the INTEGRAL project

It's amazing what you can see now thanks to remote imaging technology! Visiting far away landscapes via satellite images or watching live feeds from a famous street is fun, but remotely gathered images offer exciting new opportunities to map and observe the world. The problem is that the vast amount of remotely gathered data now available is useless on it's own – we need to have the means to analyse and extract information from those images.

This is exactly what the members of the INTEGRAL project (, researchers based at the University of Cambridge and researchers and industry partners in India, are working on. This is an innovative collaboration between people collecting remote sensing data – such as satellite images of forests and video from traffic cameras – and researchers developing the technology to analyse those remotely gathered images to answer me

The Essential ME

The Essential ME

I try to make learning mechanical engineering fun and easy! Enjoy!

Odds and Evenings

Odds and Evenings

#32 - Quiz Shows, Queues and Quavers

The boys return to think about the structure of a quiz show round, they learn how to queue effectively and they investigate the best tunings for guitars.
Odds and Evenings
Twitter -
Website -
Topics discussed
Only Connect Loops
Adding a Teller
Alternative Tunings
Show Notes
Queuing Blog (
Cabbage Tuning (
Under the Bridge Tuning (
David's Kingdom Heart Video Series (
Hosted By
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Alex -
Editing by Alex
Infeasible App Ideas by Alaric
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La Logica del Rischio

Pasquale Cirillo

Un podcast sul rischio, sul caso, sulle sue leggi e i suoi linguaggi. Esce il giovedì, come i noti cruciverba.

رادیو رادیان | Radio Radian

Radio Radian

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Mathematically Speaking Podcast

adam allred

This podcast explores mathematics, mathematical philosophy and how that relates to the real world and our lives through the history of math. Support this podcast:

Count Me In

Della Dumbaugh and Deanna Haunsperger

Off The Beaten Math

Eric Novak & Allora Novak

Exploring the world of numbers in a unique way. Centered around a different constant each episode, we will chart the importance and history of this number through the mathematical landscape. Let's get ready to kick some math! Shout out to Shawn Rubin for creating the artwork! Check him out on @radiorockrubin

Ten Minute Math

Jan & Colleen

Ten Minute Math helps parents purposefully build strong number sense in everyday routines so that their children can find the joy, wonder and beauty of mathematics because confidence in math can be life changing as children develop interests that lead to college and career opportunities.



A math and science podcast providing a brief yet comprehensive presentation into a wide variety of STEM topics and DIY project ideas and challenges. The pod is your weekly dose of math and science in 15 minutes or less. Stay curious, tinker, experiment, and explore the world!

Speaking Tangentially


Host Cecelia discusses her favorite math problems with some friends.

How the Fourier Transform Works

Mark Newman

In this podcast, we take a look at different aspects of the Fourier Transform, how it is used and how it works. My aim is to make the Fourier Transform accessible to people who, like me, need it explained to them layman's terms.If you have a question about the Fourier Transform that you would like answered, or maybe you use the Fourier Transform in an interesting way, I'd love to hear from you. Simply email me at

King Of Keno


Winning Tips, Tricks and Tutorials for your state Lottery 🎰! How to win consistently & play strategically. Specifically for Cash3, Cash4 and my specialty KENO! 🎯 #PlayResponsibly #KOKLC🎯🎰🏦 #GetLikeWe Subscribe and enter the Winners Circle 💰🎰🤑

Math Thématique


Paul Erdős : The man who loved only numbers

By Paul Hoffman

Science in Parallel

Krell Institute

Computers and science are intertwined – and not just as tools that help humans connect and collaborate. With computers, scientists model the earth’s climate, design alternative energy strategies and simulate exploding stars. From laptops to the world’s fastest supercomputers, software innovations and artificial intelligence are reshaping how we interact with mounds of data from healthcare to high-energy physics and how we solve critical problems. Computational science brings together mathematics, computer science and hardware and science expertise to take on these challenges. In this podcast, you’ll meet the scientists doing this work, learn more about their research and gain insights into the workings of this dynamic field.

The Springer Math Podcast

Springer Nature Switzerland AG

This is a podcast about mathematics and the people who develop it. The episodes combine recent developments and visions for the future of the field and aim at creating a virtual hub that highlights ideas, people and research topics in mathematics.


Ai Funato



Maths en tête - le podcast

Maths en tête - le podcast

Maths en tête – Le podcast    🎙️Un podcast pour découvrir les maths autrement, le tout en lien avec les programmes scolaires de mathématiques du lycée.  ➡️ A destination des élèves, des enseignants, des parents ou tout simplement des amateurs de mathématiques.  📃 Pour réviser son cours, préparer le Grand Oral du baccalauréat ou apprendre dans les transports en commun, travailler en classe inversée ou simplement découvrir de nouvelles choses.  📆 Tous les mercredis, je vous propose un nouvel épisode (entre 5 et 10 min) qui aborde une notion, un point d’histoire des maths, un axe de méthodologie.     Podcast crée et animé par Alexandre Morgan, enseignant en mathématiques et membre du Café des Sciences.    La chaîne YouTube :  Le site : (     Contact : (    Réseaux sociaux :   Facebook :  Twitter :  Instagram :  LinkedIn : ( 

Pisagor Okulu

Pisagor Okulu

Matematik, felsefe ve bilime yani hayata dair.

Fight the math like a warrior/ Social studies fun!

Torren Robinson

Fun stuff about 8th-grade math/ social studies.

Tangible Computing

Gareth & Andrew

The Tangible Computing podcast is about where computing meets the real world, from the fast and complex like controlling an engine, to imaging a patient or scheduling an airline. We want to trigger your curiosity by talking to the people behind the scenes of making the modern world happen, deepening your understanding of where computation plays a role in our everyday lives and motivating you to help engineer a better world.

מתמטיקה שמתמטיקה


פרק 6: הסיפור של השברים

כמה זה 6 לחלק לשלושת רבעי? מה זה בכלל אומר לחלק בשבר? ואיך מתמטיקאים חושבים על שברים?


Srinjoy G.


All you need to know about Speedcubing!

Date Un Vlog 🔬🔭⚡

Date Un Vlog

Biografía de Michael Faraday, mi científico favorito

Biografía de un grande de la ciencia...

L'oreille mathématique

Institut Henri Poincaré

L'oreille mathématique est le nouveau podcast radio dédié aux mathématiques et à la physique théorique produit par l'Institut Henri Poincaré. Dans « L’oreille mathématique », nous parlons d’enseignement, de vocations, de recherche en mathématiques ; nous faisons dialoguer les mathématiciennes et les mathématiciens avec des chercheurs d’autres disciplines, et nous donnons la parole à de nouveaux visages de la communauté scientifique d’aujourd’hui. Chaque épisode prend la forme d'une conversation d'une trentaine de minutes.


Jason & Jeremy

Welcome to the DataCafé: a special-interest Data Science podcast with Dr Jason Byrne and Dr Jeremy Bradley, interviewing leading data science researchers and domain experts in all things business, stats, maths, science and tech.

How 2 rob a bank

Bia and Zoey

A podcast discussing topics which lie on the intersections of maths, data, human behaviour, and philosophy. Hosted by Bia and Zoey.

Puzzling Maths

Andrew Jeffrey and Rob Eastaway

Season 2, Episode 3

It’s your lucky day! Where else could you hear two maths and puzzles enthusiasts discuss methane, maths week, and Mexicans in less than 25 minutes?
Not to mention cunning puzzles and every-day maths, including dominoes, carbon dioxide, and bird-feeders.
We're also quietly confident this may be the first podcast you have ever listened to use both the words ‘flatus’ and ‘exploratorium’.

Estatística com H

Estatistica com H

Podcast sobre ciências exatas e tecnologia

Cuidemos Nuestra Salud Y La De Nuestra Comunidad

Rosita Muñoz briones

Trata sobre acciones para disminuir los altos índices de contaminación del aire


Gudrun Thäter, Sebastian Ritterbusch


Gudrun spricht in dieser Folge mit Pauline Brumm von der TU Darmstadt über Benetzung im Tiefdruck. Sie ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Druckmaschinen und Druckverfahren und promoviert im SFB 1194 zur Mechanischen Zwangsbenetzung von Oberflächen durch gravierte Tiefdruckzylinder im Teilprojekt C01. Es handelt sich um eine Weiterführung des Gesprächs mit Dr. Mathis Fricke im Modellansatz-Podcast Folge 242 über Dynamische Benetzung. Herr Fricke hatte über die Arbeit im SFB 1194 aus Sicht der Mathematik berichtet, Frau Brumm liefert in dieser Folge nun einen Beitrag aus Sicht der Anwendung. Sie hat Maschinenbau im Bachelor und Master an der TU Darmstadt studiert und sich auf Drucktechnik spezialisiert. Drucken wird seit hunderten von Jahren praktiziert und angewendet, jedoch gibt es bisher noch keine umfassende Modellbildung für viele Druckprozesse. Das bedeutet, dass ein Großteil des Wissens empirisch geprägt ist. Firmen stützen

The Other Half


The Other Half is an exploration of the the other half of bunch of things. First, Anna and Annie want to take you on a tour of the other half of math — the fun half you might be missing when you learn math in school, the half that helps you makes sense of your own life. Undoubtedly you’ve struggled with math at some point and asked yourself, “what would I ever use this for?” They hope to give you some compelling and unexpected answers to that question.

Modellansatz - English episodes only

Gudrun Thäter, Sebastian Ritterbusch

On closer inspection, we find science and especially mathematics throughout our everyday lives, from the tap to automatic speed regulation on motorways, in medical technology or on our mobile phone. What the researchers, graduates and academic teachers in Karlsruhe puzzle about, you experience firsthand in our podcast "The modeling approach".

math learning

Merlin Tutoring

Learn math at ease, at your pace anywhere everywhere. Math Algebra Calculus Arithmetic Geometry Multivariables Differentials Matrices Abstract Linear Laplace Fourier ...


isda siregar

Say hello

Say hello

Pi ist genau 3

Petra Schwer und Thomas Kahle

Tipps zum Studienstart

Nächste Woche startet wieder ein neues Semester und viele Studis werden zum ersten Mal in einer Mathevorlesung sitzen. Wir besprechen, was man unbedingt tun oder nicht tun sollte und welche Fehlvorstellungen es zum Mathematikstudium gibt.


Uriel Reyes

En Este Audio Hablaremos sobre los Métodos De Evaluación En La Contabilidad De Costos ,Daremos las definiciones y algunos ejemplos ademad de las caracteristicas que pesee estos Metodos De Evacuación.

Mathematics And Nature

Rini Reji

Nature and Mathematics are related. Let's discuss about it

Carl Friedrich Gauss




Anjana George


Very good ?

Rhapsody Science


A podcast that discusses in-depth about science and epistemology, the art of knowledge-making. This podcast will not shy away from complex concepts or try to over-simplify those concepts so that they might become distorted. But the podcast will be elementary, that it will provide listeners with all the information they might need to be able to come to conclusions and understandings in their own terms. If you have any questions, you can email me at

Two Math Guys Podcast


Two guys talking about math education, math, and any related to math or math education

Something New

Alan McLeod

I’m trying to learn something new every day - science, math, history - even making cider! Every so often I’ll pick a few items and try to tell you about what I learned.




來杯數學 微糖微冰 A Cup of Math

環遊數界 epsilon

EP107 第三季的現況、心得、展望(追加:我的追「星」史)

今天會報告一下第三季的成績單 接下來主要做的事 以及未來的展望 另外,還會聊到我的追「星」故事。 (00:00) 開場 (00:40) 第三季成績單 (02:16) 近況報告 (04:30) 未來目標 (06:44) 我的追「星」史 (13:59) 接下來走向 -- 收聽連結: -- 填寫節目回饋,讓我們更進步: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 背景音樂來源 Track: Stardust — JayJen [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: Free Download / Stream: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Powered by Firstory Hosting


Jack Egge

In this podcast, we will dive deeper into different types of math that are less common.



Estadistica Inferencia REGRESIÓN LINEAL

When Am I Going to Use This?


Join me for some cool math and some cool talks

Asigmo Data Science Podcast

Asigmo Data Science

Episode 9. Critical issues with Reinforcement learning With Clemens Wasner

Episode 9 of the Asigmo Data Science Podcast is out now and we are thrilled to welcome our guest Clemens Wasner! Clemens is one of the leading minds in the DACH region in the field of Applied Artificial Intelligence and also the founder of AI Austria, an independent think tank with the goal of establishing Austria as a pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Last but not least, he is the Vice President of the newly founded association Adra. Adra, as of May 2021, aims to invest 2.6 billion euros together with the EU Commission, in organizations working in the field of AI.

Biografía Hipatia


Pequeña biografía de Hipatia de Alejandria

Boston Computation Club

Max von Hippel

The Boston Computation Club is a small seminar group focused on mathematical computer science, and computational mathematics. Its name is plagiarized from the London Computation Club. Boston Computation Club meetings occur roughly every other week, on weekends, around 5pm EDT (modulo speaker availability). The usual format is a 20m presentation followed by 40m of discussion. Some, but not all, meetings are posted on YouTube and in podcast form.

Three dimensional Figures

andrea gamboa

Basic characteristics of solids.

aquecimento global



Go Away

Kenneth Singer


I truly detest maths


Ashley R. Neely

On this episode, you will learn the basics of abacus

Simple Math

Rojan Kharazi

در این قسمت مفاهیم به ظاهر پیچیده ریاضی را به زبان ساده توضیح میدهیم.

Parcours Mathématiques

Laurène Guidet

Parcours Mathématiques est un podcast qui présente les métiers liés aux mathématiques. Il accueille des personnes travaillant dans différentes branches de ce secteur. Ce podcast abordera des sujets tels que la vie professionnelle, les études et les mathématiques.

Mathematical Dive

University of Waterloo Math Ambassadors

Welcome to Mathematical Dive; a podcast by Math students for Math students. Listen in as we explore the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo with your hosts Josué Kurke (BMath '22) and Ina Wang (BMath '21). Hear what it's really like at Waterloo from our current Math students and alumni. Get information from our expert guests: Professors, Admissions team members, coop advisors, and more! If you love Math and want to listen to our Waterloo experience, then dive on in!