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United States writer noted for his droll epigrams (1902-1971)

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The advancements in education, science, and mathematics discovered by John Nash and Walter McAfee can be seen throughout the world.
The film's director, Ron Howard, also tweeted his tribute to the "brilliant" John Nash and his "remarkable" wife.
MATHS genius John Nash, who inspired the Oscarwinning film A Beautiful Mind, has died in a car crash with his wife.
New York: Mathematician John Nash, a Nobel prize winner whose longtime struggle with mental illness inspired the movie 'A Beautiful Mind', was killed in a car crash along with his wife in New Jersey, state police said on Sunday.
1 A BEAUTIFUL AUTIFUL A Mind (2001) ALTHOUGH Oscarnominated for his performance as maths genius John Nash, Russell missed out on the big prize which went to Jennifer Connelly, who scooped the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as Nash's wife.
1 A BEAUTIFUL MIND (2001) ALTHOUGH Oscarnominated for his performance as maths genius John Nash, Russell missed out on the big prize which went to Jennifer Connelly, who scooped the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as Nash's wife.
As he worked I started to understand why John Nash got the Nobel Prize in Economics for his version of bargaining theory.
Other remains, also listed Grade II-star, include those of an elborate castlestyle mansion designed by the architect John Nash in 1808 and completed in 1846.
The minister responsible for making the decision to re-broker the Oakfields Community College proposal was Lord John Nash and not the Schools Minister, David Laws, as reported in Tuesday's Gazette.
Popularized by the film "A beautiful mind", John Nash is one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century.
Earlier this year, what may be one of the last blue plaques to be put up in London (given the regrettable curtailment of this long-established scheme by cash-strapped English Heritage) was unveiled on the stuccoed terraced house in Great Russell Street which the architect John Nash (1752-1835) had designed and built and, for a few years, inhabited.
Regent Street was originally laid out by the architect John Nash in 1825, and leads directly up to Nash's Regent's Park.
In his most recent series, The Trap, Curtis wants to trace our entire conception of the self and the world back to the Cold War, more specifically to the development of game theory by John Nash.
Yet, like A Beautiful Mind, her best-selling bin of schizophrenic mathematician John Nash, this is a lively, instructive tome.
The Life of Mathematical Genius and Nobel Laureate John Nash