Mikhail Gromov has been awarded the Abel Prize for his work making sense of the range of geometries that appeared in the 19th century and he is a worthy successor to the likes of Euclid, Riemann and Gauss, Bolyai and Lobachevsky.

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Drawing parallels in Geometry

## Monday, April 13, 2009

### The Abel Prize: Drawing parallels in geometry

Labels:
Abel Prize,
Bolyai,
Euclid,
Gauss,
Gromov,
Lobachevsky,
parallel,
Riemann

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