There has been lots of media coverage for Turing's Sunflowers. The global audience reach is approaching 63 million people! Thank you to everyone that covered the story.
See below for a list of articles and visit our press releases for various stages of the experiment.
Turing's Flower Theory Blossoms - The Sunday Times
Maths and Nature Link proven by Manchester Scientists - BBC News < we like this as it features some sunflower diaries!
Today Programme - Radio 4 (07.20am)
Sunflower experiment proves Alan Turing right - Manchester Evening News
Maths and nature link 'proven' by Manchester Scientists - Manchester Wired
Alan Turing's final experiment completed and theory proven in centenary tribute - Yahoo! News < we like this too because it was written by grower Amy Freeborn.
The Guardian - The Northerner Blog
Thousands of sunflowers planted for Alan Turing - Manchester Evening News
Inside the M60
Wired Geek Mom
The Guardian Grrl Scientist
The Guardian Northerner Blog
The Universal Machine
Manchester Museum - Alan Turing and Life's Enigma & Turing's Sunflowers
Creative Tourist - cracking nature's code
Sunflowers, Science and Sexual Politics, Clewsdesk
Science & Plants for Schools (SAPS): Turing's Sunflowers and the fibonacci sequence
information Systems Services - University of Leeds
Emma Cooper - Turing's sunflowers
Isotope - open university
Corridor Connections - Turing's Sunflowers
Computers, Learning and Creativity - Judy Robertson
Hannah Dee - Turing's Sunflowers
Turing's Sunflowers are beginning to flower - Amanda Clare
Unfinished Sunflower news - Quay news
Where do design ideas come from? Christine Jordan
BBQs and Sunflowers - Becky
Honouring Alan Turing - Amy Freeborn
The Rented Garden - Turing's Sunflowers
Purple is me - why turing's sunflowers
Hazel Grove Allotment - Turing's Sunflowers
SciLogs - Sunflowers & Fibonacci
My Turing Sunflower - Arfan Jones
Things that strike me
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