Brian Hayes (scientist)

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Brian Hayes is an American scientist, columnist and author.

He is a senior writer and regular columnist for the magazine American Scientist, and was editor in chief for the magazine from 1990 to 1992. He has also edited and written columns for Scientific American, as well as writing for Computer Language and The Sciences.[1] He won a National Magazine Award for one of his essays in 1999.[citation needed]

He is the author of two books:


  1. ^ Brian Hayes: Biography, American Scientist .
  2. ^ Rossi, Jim (October 25, 2005), "Brian Hayes' Infrastructure offers a tour of the "unnatural" side of America", Grist .
  3. ^ "Industrial structures", Architectural Science Review, September 1, 2006 .
  4. ^ Lippincott, Sara (May 11, 2008), "Let them eat pi: Group Theory in the Bedroom And Other Mathematical Diversions", Los Angeles Times .
  5. ^ Athitakis, Mark (April 11, 2008), "How things add up", Star Tribune .

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