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The British Science Festival is kicking off in Birmingham on the 6th of September, and as usual there is some great maths in the programme.
From the excitement of the announcement of the Fields medallists to meeting mathematicians from around the world (and eating great food), we've had a brilliant time at this year's ICM!
If there has been one overarching theme at this ICM, it's just how creative a subject mathematics is.
Stanley Osher has won the 2014 Gauss Prize for his revolutionary impact in areas including medical imaging, sonic booms, movie animation and microchip design and
Martin Hairer's is being honoured for a major breakthrough that gives a way of attacking problems that had previously been impenetrable.
Artur Avila is being honoured for "formidable technical power, the ingenuity and tenacity of a master problem-solver, and an unerring sense for deep and
Manjul Bhargava is being honoured as a number theorist of "extraordinary creativity," with "a taste for simple problems of timeless beauty."