Discover Edinburgh's Mathematical History

Edinburgh City Centre 1st Jan-31st Dec All day Free

Suitable for age 12+

From Thomas Bayes through James Clerk Maxwell to Mary Somerville, explore the mathematical delights hidden in Edinburgh's city centre. Along the way, uncover some of the secret history of Edinburgh, discover some highlights of mathematics developed over the past two thousand years, and try your hand at some intriguing puzzles and games. Visit the tour's webpage to start exploring.

Created by University of Edinburgh Maths Outreach Team. Image from Pixabay

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