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Queen Mary MathSoc

In my long association with Queen Mary, one constant has been the variability of the Queen Mary Mathematics Society. As with many student societies, it takes an enthusiastic student or two to breathe life into it, and when these people … Continue reading

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Busy times, 7: How the light gets in

It’s that time of year again, so off to Hay-on-Wye for How the Light Gets In. The festival has grown; I was told that ticket sales are up 50% on last year. Certainly my participation in it has grown: like … Continue reading

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Overload

Today is a bank holiday (even here in Scotland). I am sitting at home working. I have fallen so far behind that there is no alternative. Part of the trouble is that, over the next few months, I am giving … Continue reading

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How the light gets in, 2014

Last year, I went to the festival How the Light Gets In in Hay-on-Wye, where I took part in a couple of panel discussions. It was a lovely day out, which I described here. At this year’s festival in late … Continue reading

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