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 Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) is seeking to appoint individuals to work as panellists and assessors for the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The deadline for applications is noon on Friday 6 October 2017.

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Due to ongoing refurbishment work at De Morgan House the LMS will regrettably be unable to take part in this year’s Open House event. We apologise for the short notice cancellation and hope to again welcome visitors to De Morgan House in 2018....

The number of A-level Mathematics entries across the UK is up 3.3% on last year, with 95,244 students sitting the exam.

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

A-level Further Mathematics has...

The founder of the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) Landon T. Clay passed away on July 29. Clay was a generous benefactor to mathematics and founded CMI in 1998 with his wife, Lavinia D. Clay The primary objective of CMI is to ‘encourage the...

The London Mathematical Society welcomes the report, published today, of Professor Sir Adrian Smith’s review of post-16 mathematics.  As part of the mathematics community, we welcome its recognition of the importance of mathematics, and its...

We are delighted to announce that the Councils of the IMA and LMS have awarded the 2017 David Crighton Medal to Professor I. David Abrahams, for his outstanding service to both mathematics and the mathematical community.

David developed...

Frames Of Mind

The film features nine UK-based mathematicians offering insights into their mathematical thinking across a broad range of mathematical research fields. Through explorations of their various thought processes, the film portrays mathematicians who are grappling with advanced mathematical ideas. We are presented with the concepts of imagination, intuition, and wonder, as well as rigorous mathematical deduction. Please note that you are not necessarily expected to follow the mathematics being discussed: these extracts are about the mathematicians themselves, and the way they think.