Has one of math's greatest mysteries, the Riemann hypothesis, finally been solved?

Over the past few days, the mathematics world has been abuzz over the news that Sir Michael Atiyah, the famous Fields Medalist and Abel Prize winner, claims to have solved the Riemann hypothesis.

Has one of math's greatest mysteries, the Riemann hypothesis, finally been solved?

Over the past few days, the mathematics world has been abuzz over the news that Sir Michael Atiyah, the famous Fields Medalist and Abel Prize winner, claims to have solved the Riemann hypothesis.

Fri 28 Sep 18 from Phys.org

Mathematicians must be more prepared to test their truths

Mathematical proofs embody a Platonic ideal of eternal truth. Two major contested proofs this week show the need for more controversy, not less

Thu 27 Sep 18 from Newscientist

Here’s why we care about attempts to prove the Riemann hypothesis

The Riemann hypothesis could hold the key to understanding prime numbers.

Tue 25 Sep 18 from ScienceNews

Riemann hypothesis likely remains unsolved despite claimed proof

Mathematician Michael Atiyah has presented his claimed proof of one of the most famous unsolved problems in maths, but others remain cautiously sceptical

Mon 24 Sep 18 from Newscientist

A 'simple' solution to a 160-year-old problem could net Cambridge mathematician a $1 million prize

Former Cambridge academic Michael Atiyah claims he had proof of the Riemann hypothesis - a way to map prime numbers, which can only be divided by one and themselves.

Tue 25 Sep 18 from Daily Mail

Renowned mathematician Michael Atiyah claims to have solved the Riemann Hypothesis

A problem that turned out to have more sides than initially thought.

Mon 24 Sep 18 from ZME Science

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