Alex Bellos

Alex Bellos‘ bestselling popular math books have been translated into more than 20 languages. He writes about math for the Guardian and frequently speaks at conferences, in schools, and beyond. The Association of British Science Writers named his blog the Best Science Blog of 2016. Bellos is also the coauthor of two math coloring books with Edmund Harriss and the inventor of LOOP, an elliptical pool table.

Patterns of the Universe
A Coloring Adventure in Math and Beauty
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Math is at the heart of many natural wonders and has an abstract beauty all its own—in the silhouette of a snowflake, the spiral seeds of a sunflower, and the symmetry of the Sri Yantra mandala. From the 4-D hypercube … Continue reading

Visions of the Universe
A Coloring Journey Through Math's Great Mysteries
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For those who ponder math’s most intriguing questions, the realm of numbers is not only visual, but beautiful! What does a sphere look like in four dimensions? How can a knight on a chessboard visit every square? And can a … Continue reading

Can You Solve My Problems?
Ingenious, Perplexing, and Totally Satisfying Math and Logic Puzzles
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Long before Sudoku swept the world, the Victorians puzzled over relationships (If two men each marry the other’s widowed mother, what is the relationship between their sons?), and the ancient Chinese favored counting challenges (If a cock costs 5 pieces, … Continue reading