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David Benbennick

Mathematical reality, hairy balls and bathing rings

Everyone studies mathematics in school, where we learn basic mathematical principles discovered and described more than 2000 years ago. But what research in mathematics are scientists working on today?

Science Journalist Jens Degett from Science Stories talks to Professor Nathalie Wahl from the Center for Geometry and Topology (GeoTop) at the University of Copenhagen about mathematical reality, language, hairy balls and bathing rings (in Danish).

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