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Welcome to Mathematics in Cambridge

From Newton and earlier to the present day, Cambridge Mathematicians have led the world.

We offer outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses, and exceptional PhD programmes.

We carry out research of world class excellence spanning topics in Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (at DPMMS), and Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (at DAMTP).

Our innovative education programmes and outreach events support teachers and school students worldwide, and share the excitement of the subject with the public.

Features

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From profound to practical

Sean Hartnoll, new Professor of Mathematical Physics in DAMTP, is connecting extremes, working on an astonishing link between the theory of black holes and the small-scale physics of materials.

Jack Thorne receives 2022 New Horizons Prize

Jack Thorne, Professor of Number Theory at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, has been awarded a prestigious 2022 New Horizons in Mathematics Prize.

On the road to dark energy

We may be a little closer to a direct detection of dark energy, thanks to Professor Anne-Christine Davis and Dr Sunny Vagnozzi from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and their collaborators.

Preserving Stephen Hawking's legacy for future generations

In a major acquisition by the nation, Stephen Hawking’s personal archive and office will be preserved by Cambridge University Library and the Science Museum for researchers and the public to explore.

Professor Michael Green FRS awarded Royal Medal 2021

Michael Green, former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, has been awarded the Royal Society's 2021 Royal Medal, honouring his crucial and influential contributions to the development of string theory.

Cambridge Perspectives: Applying Mathematics to Healthcare

In the first of a new series of events, Professor Julia Gog OBE, Professor Paul Linden FRS and Professor Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb discuss some of the ways mathematics is contributing to global healthcare.

We collaborate and consult with business, industry, governments, NGOs, charities, and fellow teachers and academics. We recruit worldwide. We value our alumnae and alumni.