Mathematicians Sceptical of Supposed Million-Dollar Proof

There are six outstanding problems that, if solved, will net you a $1 million reward. That's £760,000! On Monday, a highly regarded mathematician claimed in a lecture that he has proven perhaps the most famous of these problems, called the Riemann hypothesis. But there’s reason to be sceptical. Read More >>

Sorry, the Riemann Hypothesis Has Almost Certainly Not Been Solved

Rumours are swirling that Opeyemi Enoch, a professor from the Federal University of Oye Ekiti in Nigeria, has solved the Riemann Hypothesis, a problem that has vexed mathematicians for over 150 years. Things don't add up though. Read More >>