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By: A puzzle went unsolved for 80 years. Here's how math geeks and academics solved it. | Sages Group
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Fri, 13 Nov 2020 03:03:56 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-433846[…] 2009, Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge and a fellow Fields Medalist, asked whether online collaborations could work together to crack difficult mathematical problems — and […]
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By: When Open Access is the norm, how do scientists work together online? By Jon Udell - PLOS SciComm
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Mon, 01 Jun 2020 03:18:56 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-424109[…] to WordPress.com in 2007. In January 2009, things took off in a big way. Tim Gowers asked: Is massively collaborative mathematics possible? Soon thereafter the Polymath experiment was launched. And in March, Nielsen described the first […]
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By: Seismology | Social media for Early Career Scientists: is it really useful?
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Mon, 18 May 2020 10:09:57 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-423123[…] ____________________________________________________________ References [1] Is massively collaborative mathematics possible? https://gowers.wordpress.com/2009/01/27/is-massively-collaborative-mathematics-possible/ […]
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By: Is Massively Collaborative Translation and Interpreting Studies Possible? – Still Thinking
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Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:27:15 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-417710[…] Tim Gowers added a post to his blog that would change the face of modern mathematics. In “Is Massively Collaborative Mathematics Possible?“, he asked whether projects that did not naturally split into separate parts could still be […]
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By: Solutions: Open Science – Born Outside The Box
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Mon, 09 Sep 2019 00:26:01 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-412225[…] in January of 2009, Gowers wrote this very interesting post with the title “Is massively collaborative mathematics possible?” And what he was proposing to do in this post was to use his blog as a medium to attack a […]
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By: Where do ideas come from? A mathematician ponders eureka moments and solving complex problems – Science News – Australia News and Jobs
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Wed, 28 Aug 2019 13:43:24 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-411866[…] idea began in 2009 when a well-known mathematician, Tim Gowers, asked ‘Is massively collaborative mathematics possible?’ on his […]
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By: Where do ideas come from? A mathematician ponders eureka moments and solving complex problems – Science News | Your Daily Poll
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Wed, 28 Aug 2019 03:00:46 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-411825[…] idea began in 2009 when a well-known mathematician, Tim Gowers, asked ‘Is massively collaborative mathematics possible?’ on his […]
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By: Searching for the Boldest Citizen Scientist - BOLD Awards Global
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Thu, 07 Feb 2019 16:33:48 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-387466[…] are scores of examples for this crowdsourced science: a classic example is that of Tim Gowers, who posted in his blog a mathematical question and in a matter of days the commenters had solved it. This gave birth to the Polymath Project, an […]
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By: Ten Years of Polymath – SPP 2026
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Wed, 06 Feb 2019 12:52:31 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-387361[…] years ago the first Polymath project was launched (link to the original proposal of Timothy […]
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By: Ten Years of Polymath | The polymath blog
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Sun, 03 Feb 2019 15:14:49 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-387045[…] years ago on January 27, 2009, Polymath1 was proposed by Tim Gowers and was launched on February 1, 2009. The first project was successful and it […]
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By: 5 Digital collaboration skills every student needs to master | NEO BLOG
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Tue, 09 Oct 2018 14:14:02 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-363411[…] a thought experiment by Tom Gowers titled, “Is massively collaborative mathematics possible?” on his blog, has ended up as one of the most successful online mathematics collaborations ever. It’s called […]
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By: A Global Collaboration – The Holomorphic Process
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Sat, 08 Sep 2018 14:21:24 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-360126[…] the spirit of polymath projects, this project presents a problem: how to understand the holographic nature of reality, along with a […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem
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Mon, 14 May 2018 06:06:06 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-296108[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem | Gizmocrazed - Future Technology News
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Sat, 05 May 2018 14:56:47 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-292994[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem – Newswire Report
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Wed, 02 May 2018 00:06:12 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-291808[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem - Manhattan Herald
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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 22:21:43 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-291441[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem – Kopitiam Bot
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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 14:21:50 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-291372[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: An Anti-Growing old Pundit Solves a A long time-Previous Math Drawback - TecnoMagzne: News, Reviews Tecnology
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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 13:33:22 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-291365[…] 10 years in the past when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician on the College of Cambridge, wished to discover a technique to facilitate huge on-line collaborations in arithmetic. Work on Polymath issues is completed publicly, and anybody can contribute. Not too long ago, de […]
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By: An Anti-Aging Pundit Solves a Decades-Old Math Problem - THE Politico Post
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Mon, 30 Apr 2018 13:26:15 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-291363[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: Decades-Old Graph Problem Yields to Amateur Mathematician – ESIST
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Thu, 19 Apr 2018 01:31:38 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-286045[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: Decades-Old Graph Problem Yields to Amateur Mathematician | Unhinged Group
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Tue, 17 Apr 2018 16:49:27 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-284738[…] about 10 years ago when Timothy Gowers, a mathematician at the University of Cambridge, wanted to find a way to facilitate massive online collaborations in mathematics. Work on Polymath problems is done publicly, and anyone can contribute. Recently, de Grey was […]
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By: The final piece of the puzzle | OUPblog
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Sun, 26 Nov 2017 10:32:07 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-225529[…] recently, some mathematicians have started to work in new large-scale online collaborations, and this raises all sorts of questions about how credit is assigned. When the mathematician Tim […]
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By: Yuchen Pei
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Tue, 08 Aug 2017 03:56:39 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-190292It is August 2017 and open research is still not a thing yet. I wrote a blogpost proposing a Github model and hopefully it can be of use to anyone reading this far into the comment section after scrolling through many pingback articles (and this adds to the list of the pingbacks too!): http://ypei.me/2017/08/mathematical_bazaar/
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By: Sobre la importancia del artículo de revista, la revisión científica y el impacto de la investigación | Universo Abierto
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Sat, 09 Jan 2016 01:52:21 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-153148[…] veces puede contener suficientes ideas nuevas para una docena de artículos. El original proyecto Polymath es un poderoso ejemplo de […]
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By: Introduction | First Sustainable Blog
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Thu, 05 Nov 2015 21:22:03 +0000http://gowers.wordpress.com/?p=251#comment-151409[…] open a discussion for a general public. A classic example of this approach is Tim Gowers, who posted in his blog a mathematical question and in a matter of days the commenters had solved it. From this case, Polymath Project, an online […]
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