## Amateur Mathematician Finds Smallest Universal Cover | Quanta Magazine

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I visited today IoT Security Workshop at Aalto University (at Espoo Finland). Here are some slides from seminar →

https://qz.com/1055287/an-error-made-in-1925-led-to-a-crisis-in-modern-science-now-researchers-are-joining-to-fix-it/?utm_source=parVG In 1925, Fisher published Statistical Methods for Research Workers, whete he explained the concept of statistical significance. Somewhat arbitrarily, Fisher chose to define statistical significance as a difference that had less than a .05 probability of occurring by random chance (in technical terms, this is called a p-value). Fast forward more than a century later, →

http://m.nautil.us/blog/how-classical-cryptography-will-survive-quantum-computers Some are looking at ways to “fight quantum with quantum”—but there is another (and cheaper) option. →

http://m.phys.org/news/2016-11-quantum-physics-factor.html →

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/10/18/sha3256_good_for_beelions_of_years_say_boffins/ →

http://www.nature.com/news/the-bicycle-problem-that-nearly-broke-mathematics-1.20281?WT.mc_id=TWT_NatureNews Interesting article on mathematics of riding bicycle. →

http://diply.com/viral-news/math-hacks/214065 Check out these math tips and hacks. →

Cool video. Posted from WordPress for Android →

http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/check-out-simple-way-japanese-kids-learn-multiplication Interesting way to do calculations. Posted from WordPress for Android →