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25 April, 2017
Opening of the 'Women of Mathematics throughout Europe' exhibition.This special extended exhibition is supplemented with portraits and interviews featuring Cambridge female mathematicians.The programme, starting at 3:30pm, includes mathematical talks and a panel discussion about issues affecting women in mathematics, and will close with networking over a drinks reception. Registration is free.
 
24 April, 2017
The LMS Girls in Mathematics Day is hosted jointly by the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Cambridge, and the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences. This full-day event for Year 12 girls (ages 16-17) studying A-level Mathematics is now fully booked. However, you can join the waiting list to be notified if more places become available.
 
25 March, 2017
Julia Gog to speak at the Cambridge Science Festival about `Maths vs. Disease'. This event is currently fully booked - however, to be notified if more tickets become available, please click on the booking link to join the waiting list.
 
31 August, 2016
Helen Mason awarded an STFC Public Engagement Fellowship for a new project to inspire school-age students to engage with science activities
8 July, 2016
Carola Schönlieb awarded a Whitehead Prize for her spectacular contributions to the mathematics of image analysis and inverse imaging problems.
 
13 April, 2016
One of the London Mathematical Society's Women in Mathematics days is being held in Cambridge on Friday 15th April at Microsoft Research, 21 Station Road, Cambridge.
 
25 January, 2016
Julia Gog appointed as the 2016 Forder Lecturer
 

30 November, 2015
Rachael Bonnebaigt (PhD student) announced as one of the Smith Institute's TakeAIM competition 2015 winners for her work on ‘Using wax walls to save energy’

16 November, 2015
Carola Schönlieb appointed as Director of the Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information
Helen Mason teams up with astronaut Tim Peake to create sports and science activities for schools taking part in the Space to Earth Challenge. She received the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) Prize Lecture Award from the President of the RAS at the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno in July 2015

17 June, 2014
Dr Helen Mason OBE