This month’s issue of La Gaceta de la RSME—the members’ journal of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society—features an article by Migel Ángel Herrero (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) under the title “Matemáticas para el planeta Tierra, ciencia para el bienestar humano” (“Mathematics for Planet Earth, Science for Human Well-being”). Continue reading

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Making an exhibition is nicer than going to an exhibition” is a sentence that I often use to explain the interest and curiosity of the public towards science today. It shows clearly that many people want to get involved, they are keen to interact, to think along, to participate and to create. Continue reading

Mathematics of Energy and Climate Change The international conference will have around 10 keynote speakers and 20 thematic sessions with an approximated total of 100 speakers. The keynote speakers are top researchers in mathematics and science whose discoveries had a … Continue reading

Mathematics of Energy and Climate Change The international conference will have around 10 keynote speakers and 20 thematic sessions with an approximated total of 100 speakers. The keynote speakers are top researchers in mathematics and science whose discoveries had a … Continue reading

Mathematics of Energy and Climate Change The international conference will have around 10 keynote speakers and 20 thematic sessions with an approximated total of 100 speakers. The keynote speakers are top researchers in mathematics and science whose discoveries had a … Continue reading

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