## News from the world of Maths

The Isaac Newton Institute celebrates its 20th birthday this year, having opened in July 1992. To celebrate we had a rare glimpse behind its venerable doors to explore some of the research programmes that have been held there. As you'll see, what started out as abstract mathematics scribbled on the back of a napkin can have major impact in the real world.

Looking for some Christmas reading? Good news! Eureka have published their first ever digital issue featuring authors such as Stephen Hawking, Roger Penrose, John Conway and more.

This summer, while at a conference in Poland, we were lucky enough to watch Sara Santos and her maths buskers perform on the streets of Krakow. Find out what maths busking is all about!

Don your lycra and lace your trainers... It's time to look back on a summer of sport and, of course, maths!

2013 has been declared as the year for the Mathematics of Planet Earth!

There are prizes behind today's door, from maths to physics, economics to art!

Maths, puzzles, post-it notes and the pub are waiting for you behind today's door!

What do card games, crochet, puzzles, post-it notes and beer have in common? They are all vital ingredients to the phenomenon sweeping the UK... MathsJam!