'Organises meetings, publishes a Bulletin, and provides a focus for the dissemination of information about research and other activities involving the history of mathematics in schools, colleges, universities and elsewhere ... Every academic year since 2000 BSHM and Gresham College have held a joint lecture on the history of mathematics ...
... Most of these lectures are available in video and/or audio as part of the Gresham College Lecture Archive. This archive contains many other fascinating lectures, including others which relate to the history of mathematics.'
Mathematical Gazetteer of the British Isles | Gresham College
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Offer several named lectures plus other events which might be attended by members of the general public. Enquire about attendance.
Andrew Chamblin Memorial Lecture | Dirac Lecture | Rollo Davidson Lecture | Rouse Ball Lecture
University of Cambridge
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'Branches are important in helping the Institute meet its charitable objectives, but they also provide networking opportunities for members. Established branches regularly hold talks by respected mathematicians, usually without charge, which are open to members and non-members.'
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Usually monthly evening meetings at various venues across the Region: enquire about attendance.
Occasional lectures: 'The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications is where any mathematician or person interested in mathematics can come to find something to interest them and form networks with others who share their passion.'
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Talks about once per month, usually 'non-IMA Members welcome ... To allow you to gauge the difficulty of talks when deciding whether to attend, we ask all our speakers to rate the mathematical content of their talk against the following scale: Low; Intermediate; High.'
LMS Popular Lectures
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Wide range of talks at venues throughout the Region: 'As a relatively new reformed branch, we are keen to host events in other venues throughout the region ...'
'Society Meetings are held at least five times during the year, including the Annual General Meeting of the Society which takes place each November. Meetings include formal business of the Society such as elections and admissions, as well as lectures intended for a broad mathematical audience. The London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures present exciting topics in mathematics (and its applications) to a wide audience. Each year, the LMS Popular Lectures feature two lecturers, who have been chosen for their mathematical distinction. Usually, there is one pure mathematician and one applied mathematician. The lectures are suitable for all who have an interest in mathematics ... The Popular Lectures is a free annual event held during either June or July in London and repeated in late September at one other UK venue; for the past few years, this has been Birmingham University.'