>"Imagine if we lived on a cube-shaped Earth. How would you find the shortest path around the world?"

>"Imagine if we lived on a cube-shaped Earth. How would you find the shortest path around the world?"

>"Long considered solved, David Hilbertâ€™s question about seventh-degree polynomials is leading researchers to a new web of mathematical connections."

>"Long considered solved, David Hilbertâ€™s question about seventh-degree polynomials is leading researchers to a new web of mathematical connections."

"Itâ€™s an educated guess, not a proof. But a good conjecture will guide math forward, pointing the way into the mathematical unknown."

"Itâ€™s an educated guess, not a proof. But a good conjecture will guide math forward, pointing the way into the mathematical unknown."

>"Fifty years on, the mathematicianâ€™s best known (and, to him, least favorite) creation confirms that â€śuncertainty is the only certainty.â€ť"

>"Fifty years on, the mathematicianâ€™s best known (and, to him, least favorite) creation confirms that â€śuncertainty is the only certainty.â€ť"