Mathematician, author and trustee of MathsWorldUK, Dr. Kit Yates, had an article published in the Independent. The article is about doing maths for fun which we're all about!
Please see our latest Newsletter No08 which tells you all about our success with MathsCity.
MathsCity, a major new production from MathsWorldUK, will open to the public in Trinity Leeds (the main shopping centre in the heart of Leeds) in October 2021. MathsCity is a thrilling hands-on interactive experience devoted entirely to mathematics and its applications. The twenty or so exhibits will appeal to all age groups, young and old alike. Due to health and safety issues and Covid restrictions, tickets will have to be pre-booked online at http://mathscity.co.uk and the number of visitors at any one time will be limited. Visitors may expect to spend about an ...
Follow the link for a full job description and details of how to apply MathsCity Communications and Marketing Officer July 2021
Full job description and details of how to apply are given on the link Job Description - MathsCity Enabler 2nd round
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Sarah Hart is the first woman Professor of Geometry at Gresham College, and was appointed in 2020. She is Professor of Mathematics and Head of Mathematics and Statistics at Birkbeck, University of London. Information about Sarah and the post are here.
Please see our latest newsletter which covers what we've been busy with during lockdown. Newsletter No7
If you're a member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics then you can read about our latest developments in the Sept 2020 issue of the ATM journal. ATM journal library Or if a member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) then our latest updates were in the August 2020 issue of Mathematics Today
Hello Everyone, As we're always looking for ways to stay mathematical, we've made some videos you can share with your family members whatever their age. Below is Rob Eastaway on Diffy Squares. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTscGwAEQS4 President of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Dr Nira Chamberlain CMATH FIMA FORS Csci, joined us to talk about the Gamblers Ruin Problem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HbLWsrE_JE The whole collection is available on our channel. Subscribe to get automatic notifications.