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Edward Frenkel, professor of mathematics at California
Berkley, authored Love and Math, part biography part
attempt to explain, among other things, his research in
the field of a unified theory of mathematics (sometimes
called the Langlands program). He sat down with physicist,
Matthew Putman, to talk about the relationship between
physics and math, love, and the shape of the universe
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