At long last! Chalkdust issue 16 will be released at 9am on Wednesday 9 November. You can preorder printed copies now!
We’re really excited to share the latest issue with you. Among the many articles, we have an interview with Martin Hairer, a step by step for quantum teleportation, some pondering on mathematical nomenclature and there’s even an article for fans of canals and bridges . There will also be all the regular features you’ve come to know and love, including Dear Dirichlet (the fan favourite!), our crossnumber and more!
We will once again be hosting a party to celebrate the launch too, towards the end of the month. Our sponsors G-Research have kindly agreed to host us again, on 28 November in central London, where there will be a maths quiz, pizza and drinks. Find out more and book a free ticket for the event here. Note that bookings will close at midday on 25 Nov.
You can share your excitement about the upcoming issue with us on Twitter using #chalkdust16 (provided Twitter still exists…).
You can still order physical copies of issues 10, 11, 12, 15 and 16, or view issues 1 to 15 as pdfs.
You can preorder issue 16 now, to get a physical copy sent straight to your home.
Alternatively, you can find a free copy at the following universities:
- Royal Holloway
- Scumbag College
- Sheffield Hallam
Have we missed out your university? Want to order some copies for the common room? Drop us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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