Richard Elwes – How to Build a Brain…

Posted on December 18, 2010 by


Dr Richard Elwes is a writer, teacher, and researcher in Mathematics, and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Leeds. He Contributes to New Scientist and Plus Magazine and has publishes research on model theory. Dr Elwes is passionate about the public understanding of maths, which he promotes at talks and on the radio. His books include Maths 1001: Absolutely Everything you Need to Know About Mathematics in 1001 Bite-sized Explanations, and most recently, How to Build a Brain and 34 other really interesting uses of mathematics, to be published early in 2011.

First broadcast on 3rd December 2010

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