Cheese Microbes & Pizza Math

By Science & Food | March 26, 2015 10:00 am

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Researchers at the American Academy of Microbiology answer the FAQs of cheese-making and Carl Friedrich Gauss, a famous 19th century mathematician, explains the best way to hold a pizza slice–using math, of course.

Microbes Make the Cheese – American Academy of Microbiology

How a 19th Century Math Genius Taught Us the Best Way to Hold  a Pizza Slice – Wired

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