**July 02, 2018 - Could Math Solve the Gerrymandering Problem?**

[more] -- *SIAM News*

**June 26, 2018 - Math tools send legislators back to the drawing board**

[more] -- *PANS News*

**January 21, 2018 - How Gerrymandering Silenced North Carolina's Cities**

[more] -- *City Lab*

**January 18, 2018 - Maths strikes a blow for democracy**

[more] -- *Nature News*

**January 18, 2018 - Bill wants math to guide New Hampshire’s political redistricting**

[more] -- *Valley News*

**January 11, 2018 - How a Duke professor helped bring down NC’s controversial Congressional map**

[more] -- *Durham Harold Sun*

**January 08, 2018 - Jonathan Mattingly: The Mathematics Behind This Week's Gerrymandering Decision**

[more] -- *Duke Research Blog*

**October 06, 2017 - How Computers Turned Gerrymandering Into a Science**

[more] -- *NY Times*

**June 01, 2017 - The mathematicians who want to save democracy**

[more] -- *Nature News*

**November 28, 2016 - Student Team Addresses Gerrymandering With Mathematics**

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**March 18, 2015 - Duke math professor says odds of a perfect bracket are one in 2.4 trillion**

[more] -- *USA Today*

**March 18, 2015 - The odds of a perfect bracket? It's not 1 in 9.2 quintillion**

[more] -- *Chicago Sun-Times*

**March 17, 2015 - News Tip: Realistic Odds of a Perfect NCAA Tournament Bracket**

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**March 17, 2015 - The Mathematics of the Perfect Bracket**

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**December 05, 2014 - One of the Few Tools Left to Stop Gerrymandering Is in Peril**

[more] -- *The Atlantic*

**November 26, 2014 - Duke mathematicians investigate 2012 election results**

[more] -- *WUNC*

**November 12, 2014 - Duke study puts Congressional districts under microscope**

[more] -- *Greensboro News & Record*

**October 30, 2014 - Non-political districts would have benefited Democrats in 2012, Duke analysis shows**

[more] -- *WFAE-Charlotte*

**October 30, 2014 - The Week at Duke {in 60 Seconds}: Countdown to Craziness; Political Math**

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**October 29, 2014 - Same Votes, Different Districts Would Change Results**

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