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- Cambridge Perspectives: Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information
- Cambridge Perspectives: Hosting the Women of Mathematics exhibition
- Cambridge Perspectives: Julia Gog and the BBC Pandemic project
- Cambridge Perspectives: 'My Life in Physics' - Stephen Hawking
- Cambridge Perspectives: Natalia Berloff and quantum simulation
- Cambridge Perspectives: Richard Samworth, new Director of the Statistical Laboratory
- Changing the way we communicate risk
- Colliding stars make light and waves
- Fighting future pandemics
- Gravity and Black Holes: Stephen Hawking's 75th Birthday Conference
- 'LIGO and Beyond - Exploring the Universe with Gravitational Waves': Professor Kip Thorne
- LIGO detects new gravitational wave
- Mathematics at the Cambridge Science Festival
- Quantum device solves very hard problem
- Researching the mathematics of information
- The Post Masters Placement Scheme
- Welcome to the Stats Lab
- What's it like doing a PhD at Cambridge?
- Women of Mathematics: an exhibition of portraits

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Venue: Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Join volunteer staff and students from the Faculty of Mathematics to share the excitement of the subject through hands-on activities, games and demonstrations (featuring everything from custard to cosmology!) for visitors of all ages from 8 through to adult.

Venue: Peterhouse Lecture Theatre, Cambridge

How do ‘experts’ feel about communicating uncertainty around facts and figures? A distinguished panel of producers, users and communicators of official statistics discuss how uncertainty is, could, and should be communicated.

Faculty of Mathematics,

Wilberforce Road,

Cambridge CB3 0WA,

United Kingdom

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