29 Apr #MathStatMonth
April marks a time to increase the understanding and appreciation of mathematics and statistics. (source)
Why? Both subjects play a significant role in addressing many real-world problems–internet security, sustainability, disease, climate change, the data deluge, and much more. Research in these and other areas is ongoing, revealing new results and applications every day in fields such as medicine, manufacturing, energy, biotechnology, and business. Mathematics and statistics are important drivers of innovation in our technological world, in which new systems and methodologies continue to become more complex. (source)
On Saturday, May 4, 2019, there is a free National Math Festival being held in Washington, D.C. This free and public celebration has program tracks for adults, middle and high schoolers, as well as elementary schoolers and the very young. Explore playful and accessible lectures on the math behind how the world works. Enjoy creative short films, dance and musical performances, a magic show, team sports challenges, hands-on art making, puzzles, games, demos, and more! (source)
The 2019 National Math Festival is organized by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath). Learn more about our organizations below.
Join data2insight as we celebrate Mathematics and Statistics Awareness month! #MathStatMonth