The London Mathematical Society

The London Mathematical Society is the major UK learned society for mathematics. The Society's activities include publishing journals and books, providing grants to support mathematics and organising scientific meetings and lectures.

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The LMS launched its report Advancing women in mathematics: good practice in UK university departments at the House of Commons on 27th February.

The event was hosted by Andrew Miller MP, Dr Julian Huppert MP and Stephen Metcalfe MP, with...

An exhibition showcasing the work of biomathematics researchers at the University of Dundee opened at the Dundee Science Centre on 22 August.

‘Nature’s Equations’ exhibits a field of science in which equations, patterns and models are used...

The number of A-level mathematics entries across the UK is up 4.4% on last year, with 92,711 students sitting the exam.

Figures released today by the Joint Council for Qualifications also show that

·  A-level further mathematics has...

The Alan Turing Institute has announced the appointment of Professor Andrew Blake, currently Director of Microsoft Research Cambridge, as its first Director. Professor Blake will join the Institute in October. Along with the announcement of its...

The Nominating Committee slates for the 2015 LMS Elections are now available here

An LMS-funded exhibition celebrating the life and legacy of one of the world’s finest mathematicians, who we have to thank for the technology behind all modern-day computers, has opened in his home city of Lincoln this summer.

George Boole...