Title: | How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking |

Speaker: | Jordan Ellenberg John D. MacArthur Professor of Mathematics Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of Mathematics Department of Mathematics University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin |

Abstract: |
Maths touches everything we do, allowing us to see the hidden structures beneath the messy and chaotic surface of our daily lives. Maths is the science of not being wrong, worked out through centuries of hard work and argument.
Maths touches everything we do, allowing us to see the hidden structures beneath the messy and chaotic surface of our daily lives. Maths is the science of not being wrong, worked out through centuries of hard work and argument.
A talk given at The Royal Institution on June 24, 2015. Video link |

Location: | ONLINE |

Date: | 10/8/2020 |

Time: | VIRTUAL |

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