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In conversation with Sir Roger Penrose

  • Tuesday 26th October, 2021 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

In this event, Sir Roger joins Thomas Fink and Yang-Hui He on stage for a conversation about the man behind the sci...

Thinking better: The art of the shortcut

  • Monday 8th November, 2021 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

How do you remember more and forget less? How can you earn more and become more creative just by moving house? And ...

The Maths of Beauty and Symmetry

  • Monday 22nd November, 2021 – 1pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: People have always found symmetry aesthetically pleasing and examples of it are seen in t...

The Maths of Proportion in Art, Design and Nature

  • Monday 7th February, 2022 – 1pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: From the Ancient Greeks onwards, proportion and mathematics has been central to our idea...

The Beauty of Geometrical Curves

  • Monday 14th March, 2022 – 1pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: The path traced out by a given point on the rim of a circle as you roll it along a straig...

The Surprising Uses of Conic Sections

  • Monday 25th April, 2022 – 1pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: Conic sections – the curves made by slicing through cones at various angles – were studie...

Oxford's Savilian Professors of Geometry: 400 years on

  • Tuesday 3rd May, 2022 – 6pm
  • Gresham College Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn

*Watch Online/In person*: England’s earliest chair of mathematics was that of Gresham College, founded in 1597, but...

The Incredible Sine Wave and its Uses

  • Monday 23rd May, 2022 – 1pm
  • Gresham College Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn

*Watch Online/In person*: The beautiful sine wave turns out to have a huge number of practical applications, from t...

The Maths of Gyroscopes and Boomerangs

  • Wednesday 25th May, 2022 – 6pm
  • Gresham College Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn

*Watch Online/In Person*: Spinning things are strange. Why does a spinning top stand up? Why doesn't a rolling whee...

KS3 Science Careers Day

  • Leighton Middle School, Leighton Buzzard

We hope to hold an engaging Science Careers Day in school to help ethuse and enlighten pupils as to the varied and ...