More people that studied something related with mathematics and sciences.

Florence Nightingale, nurse and first medical
statistician.

Lewis Carroll,
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Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics III

More people that studied something related with mathematics and sciences.

Bram Stoker, Dracula’s
author, who studied mathematics in the Trinity College, Dublin.

Michael Jordan
who was interested about mathematics but decided a sports career as basketball
superstar!

Pat Morita,
known as professor Miyagi in the Karate Kid movie, was a data manager for
Aerojet-General Corporation.

Clarence Öfwerman, mathematician and involved in the
Swedish duet Roxette production.

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Lewis Carroll,
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Welcome to my blog

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The original blog is written in Spanish. Now the polyhedron wants to reach more people around this quasi-spheric world. Hope you enjoy it!

- A polyhedron in the time
- An astronomer cricket
- Astronomical games I. The Solar System
- Astronomical games II. Planetary landscapes
- Astronomical games III. The sun and planetary skies
- Becquer, Newton & Duncan Dhu
- Blogs & Fractals
- Chanching the geometry of the world
- Counting numbers
- Easter & Science
- Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics I
- Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics II
- Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics III
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- Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics V
- Famous people that studied sciences and mathematics VI
- Fashion and the statistical mode
- Guadalupe Reyes Marathon and other races for the end of the year
- How big is the world?
- Late is never
- Mad about polyhedra
- Mad about polyhedra II
- Mad about polyhedra III
- Mad about time I. Time travel to the future
- Mad about time II. Time travel to the past
- Mad about time III. Time machines
- Mexico 68, the triumph of physics in high jump
- Most famous fictional scientists I. Novels
- Personality and learning
- Powers of 10
- Resting a little bit
- Science: when serious names are not enough in mathematics
- Teachers & apples
- The 6th of January present
- The caged polyhedron
- The doctor of the mothers
- The first polyhedron in soccer football
- The imminent change of the time
- The little prince and the infinite
- The man on the street
- The music of the Sun... a hit?
- The price of the color
- The three wise men
- Waiting for something extraordinary
- Weird scientific celebrations
- What do you think when you listen Africa?
- Witches

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