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Mathematical Structures

My last major job at Queen Mary University of London more than ten years ago was designing and presenting a new first-semester first-year module to be taken by all students on mathematics programmes or joint programmes involving mathematics. I discussed … Continue reading

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My QMUL page updated

Since I moved to St Andrews in 2013, my QMUL web page stopped being a working page, and really needed to be re-jigged as a page of record. This I have now done. It now points to many things, not … Continue reading

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A little boasting

… is surely permissible once in a while. I just heard from Robin Wilson that my LMS–Gresham lecture had 98,147 views on YouTube during March. Previously the most-viewed lecture (presumably in this series) had fewer than 40,000 views. I must … Continue reading

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Mathematical Structures: the aftermath

The academic year finished off with two rather different events: my LMS–Gresham lecture about the Mathematical Structures course, and marking the approximately 270 scripts. The LMS–Gresham Lecture Last week I gave the annual LMS–Gresham lecture. When they asked me to … Continue reading

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