The sixth article in the Millenium Prize Problems series discussed by AMSI member experts

Ole Warnaar and Wadim Zudilin explains the Riemann Hypothesis, and explore the confounding beauty of prime numbers.

Over the coming weeks The Conversation will publish articles in which experts from AMSI member institutions will discuss the seven Millenium Prize Problems - mathematics problems laid out by the Clay Mathematics Institute in 2000 with a US$1,000,000 prize for a correct solution to any one.

In this sixth article Ole Warnaar and Wadim Zudilin explains the Riemann Hypothesis, and explore the confounding beauty of prime numbers.