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Mysteries of Science Series: Mathematics

Mysteries of Science Series: Mathematics

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

92nd Street Y

Presented By

Presented by the 92nd Street Y and the New York Academy of Sciences


Speaker: Scott Inch, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics, Bloomsburg University

Math is indeed the language of science, but how is it translated into lay language? What do the symbols, relationships, logic, and proofs of mathematics tell us about the physical world that makes weather prediction, airplane design, traffic control, and medical imaging possible?

Admission: $30
New York Academy of Sciences members pay $24.