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Public Events and Initiatives

Whether in person, online, or in the movies, we hope to see you soon! Hover over the images below for more information about the first-ever National Math Festival in Washington, DC, a new national prize in children’s books, and new and continuing projects and events locally, nationally, and internationally in 2014-2015.

National Math Festival

Join us in Washington, DC April 16-18, 2015 for lectures, performances, exhibits, and more!

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Lyrical + Logical

A new national book prize inspiring children of all ages

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"Not on the Test"

Free public lecture series at Berkeley City College

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Sound Sculptures

Guerilla Science is building exhibits at the intersection of art and sound.

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Numberphile

More than 1,000,000 subscribers to this MSRI-supported YouTube channel!

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“Counting from Infinity”

Documentary-in-progress on the life of mathematician Yitang Zhang and the twin prime conjecture

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“Navajo Math Circles”

Now filming: a new documentary

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MoSAIC

Tour a math/art installation on a university campus in 2014-2015!

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Harmonic Series

Free public concerts at MSRI

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Tadashi's Toys

Explore the mathematical magic of everyday things….

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Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad

For middle and high school students

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Einstein Lecture

James H. Simons, “Mathematics, Common Sense, and Good Luck”

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Celebration of Mind

October 26, 2014 at MSRI

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National Association of Math Circles

For middle and high school students

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