Tag Archives: Karl Gruenberg

London Algebra Colloquium, 3

Today a new blog goes public: the London Algebra Colloquium records now live on WordPress. These records were kept by Karl Gruenberg for many years; he passed them on to me, and I put them on the web, on one … Continue reading

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London Algebra Colloquium

In two weeks’ time, the London Algebra Colloquium commences its sixty-second year, with a talk by Eamonn O’Brien (title to be announced), which will be number 1254. There may be many mathematics seminars which have been running as long as … Continue reading

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