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Black Mathematics in Cambridge

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An event to showcase black mathematicians and their contribution, and to inspire young black students to study mathematics at University.

There will be a key note talk by Dr Nira Chamberlain, President Elect of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), short presentations by current researchers and recent graduates, and a panel discussion with current and recent students.


All welcome. No booking necessary.

This talk is part of the Black Mathematics at Cambridge series.

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