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# Math insight

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### The Elegant Heist: Mastering the Art of Necklace Splitting••

April 6 2024, by Yilin LiEver wondered how stolen necklaces are tactfully divided? Join us on a captivating journey into the math under necklace splitting! This journey will lead us to a wonderful and very important theorem in mathematics, the Borsuk-Ulam theorem.Read article - Article
### The magic of mathematics ♠️♥️♣️♦️••

March 30 2024, by Chinook FelixDid you know that a city tour was the foundation of the mathematical field of graph theory? And that graph theory has applications even in magic?Read article - Article
### ICTS-NETWORKS workshop: A Confluence of Ideas•

February 23 2024, by Frank den Hollander, Rajat Hazra and Remco van der HofstadIn the vibrant city of Bangalore, India, the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS) played host to a discussion meeting titled "Challenges in Networks" from January 29 to February 2, 2024.Read article - Article
### Does no small structure mean larger homogeneous ones?•••

February 9 2024, by Mehmet Akif YildizA conjecture of Erdős and Hajnal from 1989 says that forbidding any specific substructure results in existence of a very large homogeneous one! In this article you will have a look into one of the most fascinating problems in modern graph theory.Read article - Article
### Picking up 13 different cards from 13 piles (Part 2)••

December 4 2023, by Haodong ZhuIn Part 1 Jackie explained to her fried Sam how the problem of picking a card from each of the 13 piles so that there is exactly one card with each rank translates to a problem on bipartite graphs. The mathematical problem asks you to find a perfect matching in a regular bipartite graph.Read article