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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An exhibition of early documents and photographs from the LMS archives opened this month at the University College London (UCL) Main Library. The exhibition, displayed in three cabinets and across two floors of the library, is supplemented by...

An Early Day Motion, supported by Andrew Miller MP, Stephen Metcalfe MP, Dr Julian Huppert MP and Sir Peter Bottomley MP, congratulated the LMS on reaching its 150th Anniversary on the 16th January 2015.

The full Motion, dated 15...

In the LMS' De Morgan Forum, the mathematician Ronnie Brown recalls some moments from his collaboration with the great geometer Alexandre Grothendieck, who died in November. "Alexander had a somewhat battered estate car, avoided motorways and...

The results of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) were announced today.

Professor Terry Lyons, London Mathematical Society (LMS) President, commented: ‘The Research Excellence Framework (REF) demonstrates the scale and world-...

The London Mathematical Society is pleased to announce Professor Simon Tavaré FRS, University of Cambridge, as President Designate. Professor Tavaré will take over from the current President, Professor Terry Lyons FRS, in November 2015....

Professor Martin Hairer FRS, University of Warwick becomes the ninth UK based mathematician to win the prestigious Fields Medal over its 80 year history. The medal recipients were announced today in a ceremony at the four yearly...