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Oxford Mathematics Oct 18
In mathematics we often encounter complicated objects which intuitively we suspect to be "shadows" of a richer structure, but we don't immediately know what this structure is or how to describe it. Categorification can help. Research explores.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 17
Ice is one of the main threats to aircraft safety. But very little is known about its formation. Research and colleagues are getting to grips with liquid dynamics on aircraft surfaces.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 16
Photography, theatre & music mingle with maths in the building. Oxford Photographic Society's annual show is our latest. All welcome. This image by Magda Wolna is the new £1bn London Bridge Station. Rather mathematical?
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
As Douglas Adams said: Beethoven tells you what it's like to be Beethoven and Mozart tells you what it's like to be human. Bach tells you what it's like to be the universe.” Public Lecture with . The opening of the Goldberg Variations.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
Replying to @KESMathematics
Hi Email james.munro@maths.ox.ac.uk Current updated policy: We will accept candidates who are taking either of the new IB Mathematics courses (HL Mathematics: applications and interpretation or HL Mathematics: analysis and approaches), without preference between the two courses.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
Replying to @KESMathematics
Hi I have asked our Outreach team to get on the case. They may email you if better?
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
The stunning symmetry of the Goldberg Variations. James Sparks explains Bach's use of counterpoint and copy. The first and second violins of the illustrate. Public Lectures.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
Are there are some generic features of diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson's that can be explained from simple mechanistic models? Research thinks there might be.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 12
J. S. Bach as mathematician. The elegant symmetry of the third Goldberg Variation. James Sparks mathematically articulates. musically articulate. Or rather they both do both. Public Lectures.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 11
One of the most basic problems in combinatorial optimisation is the problem of finding the minimum spanning tree of a graph. Research explains.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 10
Free suspended liquid films or sheets are often formed during industrial production of sprays as well as in natural processes such as sea spray. But why? Research investigates
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 8
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 8
Maths and music are old friends. ' James Sparks travels Bach (sic) 300 years to explain. play Bach's Goldberg Variations. Unmissable. WATCH LIVE TOMORROW, Oct 9, 7.30pm, BST
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 8
Ursula Martin and from have been nominated for awards for their work in encouraging women to enter science.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 6
Our smartphones know a lot about us. But can they detect the early signs of Parkinson's Disease? Research thinks so.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 4
So here's a puzzle. Who are they? 180 men, 93 women, 33 nationalities including Afghan, Kazakh, Syrian, Pakistani, Malaysian and Greek. 70% of UK from state schools. Any ideas? Yes, they are our new undergraduate students for 2018. all of you.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 3
Understanding the movement of brain fluids is vital to cracking diseases such as Alzheimer's. But it is hard to experiment on the living, noisy brain. Research has some ideas.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 2
13 UK, 15 EU, 15 from India, Kenya, Norway, Australia, Mexico, USA, China, Switzerland, Argentina, Israel and South Africa. to our 43 new DPhil (PhD) students. Fresh research is our lifeblood. And not just ours. Everyone's, maths and beyond.
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 2
17 different nationalities, 26 men & 10 women coming from 32 different institutions, today & welcome our first Oxford Masters in Mathematical Sciences (OMMS) students. . Interested?
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Oxford Mathematics Oct 1
The full Roger Penrose Oxford Mathematics Public Lecture, 'Eschermatics' is now available on our YouTube Channel . This is an (amended) retweet.
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