1. Mathematics and music: the beauties of pattern

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    James Sneyd FRSNZ, Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Auckland and jazz violinist, gave an At Six talk at the Royal Society of New Zealand on the interplay between maths and music.…

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    • 10x10:2 Why Maths Counts

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      The second of our 10x10 lecture series with Dr Alex James from the Biomathematics Research Centre at the University of Canterbury. In her talk, Alex speaks about snails, buses, possums and maths -…

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      • ECR conference panel discussion: Innovation in NZ: Bryan Crump, Professor Shaun Hendy, Dr Prue Williams, Professor Jim Metson

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        The last part of this video is audio only.

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        • 10x10 Codes and Ciphers - the mathematics of the internet by Dr Dillon Mayhew

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          Dr Dillon Mayhew explains the mathematics of how information can be transmitted on the internet accurately and securely as one of the Royal Society of New Zealand 10x10 Lecture Series, recorded on…

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          • A New Frontier - Understanding epigenetics through mathematics

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            Professor Terry Speed explains what epigenetics is and how more and more mathematicians will be needed in this area

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            • 10x10 Epidemics and Pandemics - a numbers game?

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              Mathematical models are often used to understand the dynamics of infectious diseases, because once understood it is possible to determine how an infection may be controlled or eliminated.

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              • Ten by Ten: Harlene Hayne: Puzzles of the human mind

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                This Ten by Ten talk organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand discusses how childhood memory develops. Professor Harlene Hayne's research has been supported by the Marsden Fund, which is celebrating…

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                • Remembrance, Resistance, Resurgence: the global rise of contemporary indigenous art

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                  Professor Jonathan Mane-Wheoki gives the 2013 New Zealand Aronui Lecture on the global rise of contemporary indigenous art for the Royal Society of New Zealand.

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                  • Mastering molecular chess to mine nature's medicine chest - Professor Margaret Brimble

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                    Distinguished Professor Margaret Brimble, winner of the 2012 Rutherford Medal, the Royal Society of New Zealand's highest honour, gives her Rutherford Lecture tour, speaking about her work as a molecular…

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