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Cambridge Science Festival Maths Public Open Day

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  • UserFaculty of Mathematics staff and students World_link
  • ClockSaturday 21 March 2015, 12:00-16:00
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From Isaac Newton onwards, Cambridge has been associated with some of the most famous mathematicians in history. Modern mathematicians and theoretical physicists work on everything from number theory to the Big Bang; exotic geometries to fluid dynamics; black holes, superstrings and particle physics; statistics in finance, health and league tables; and modelling climate change to investigating the spread of disease. Join students and staff from the Faculty of Mathematics to explore the excitement and scope of this rich, diverse and creative subject, through hands on activities and demonstrations for all ages from 8 to adult.

This event is part of the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival. No advance booking needed – drop in throughout the event (12 noon – 4pm).

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