## Remembering when Wiles proved Fermat's Last Theorem

In 1994 Andrew Wiles proved Fermat's Last Theorem, which at the time was the most famous, and long-running, unsolved problem in the history of mathematics. Over 20 years later this achievement has earned him the Abel Prize, widely considered as the Nobel Prize for mathematics. Read more...

### Remembering when Wiles proved Fermat's Last Theorem

There are certain moments in history that everyone remembers what it is they were doing when they heard about the event.

**Tue 22 Mar 16** from Phys.org

### British Professor Gets Math's Top Prize For Proving a 350-Year-Old Theorem

The award recognized a lifetime of research

**Fri 18 Mar 16** from TIME

### British mathematician Sir Andrew Wiles gets Abel math prize

British mathematician Sir Andrew J. Wiles has won the Abel Prize in math for cracking a centuries-old hypothesis.

**Tue 15 Mar 16** from Phys.org

### Fermat's last theorem earns Andrew Wiles the Abel Prize

Mathematician receives coveted award for solving three-century-old problem in number theory.

**Tue 15 Mar 16** from Nature News

### Fermat's last theorem mathematician Andrew Wiles wins Abel prize

Andrew Wiles has won one of the top prizes in maths for solving a problem that dogged number theory for three-and-a-half centuries

**Tue 15 Mar 16** from Newscientist

### Abel Prize For Proving Fermat's Last Theorem

In 1994 Andrew Wiles proved Fermat's Last Theorem, which at the time was the most famous, and long-running, unsolved problem in the history of mathematics. Over 20 years later this achievement ...

**Mon 21 Mar 16** from iProgrammer

### Why it's so impressive that Fermat's last theorum has been solved

It has been mentioned in Dr Who, Star Trek and the Simpsons, but few people truly realise just how much Fermat's last theorem has plagued mathematicians for centuries

**Sun 20 Mar 16** from Telegraph.co.uk Science

### Professor solves 300-year-old math mystery, wins $700,000

An Oxford professor is now $700,000 richer for solving a 300-year-old math mystery, the Telegraph reports.

**Thu 17 Mar 16** from FOXNews

### Oxford professor wins £500,00 for solving 300-year-old mathematical mystery

Sir Andrew Wiles' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem has been described as 'an epochal moment for mathematics'

**Tue 15 Mar 16** from Telegraph.co.uk Science

### British mathematician solves Fermat's Last Theorem

Eric DuVallOSLO, Norway, March 17 (UPI) -- A British mathematician has solved the 300-year-old math problem known as Fermat's Last Theorem, and will claim a $700,000 prize for his work.

**Thu 17 Mar 16** from UPI