Maths in Motion - from Experiments to Proofs

James Clerk Maxwell Building (University of Edinburgh) 23rd Sep 10.00am-4.00pm Free
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How can you construct a self-supporting bridge? Does the height of the British population follow a specific pattern? Can you cross all bridges in a given city without backtracking? Come along and chat with University of Edinburgh staff and students to find out how Mathematics can help answer all these diverse questions.

Attendance is free and no booking is required. You can just drop in and stay as little or as long as you wish.

Location: University of Edinburgh, James Clerk Maxwell Building (Level 3) at King's Buildings Campus, Peter Guthrie Tait Road, Edinburgh EH9 3FD

This is part of a wider programme of public events by the University of Edinburgh. For further information about our Maths Week programme and all our upcoming outreach events, please visit our website via the link below.

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