During World Mathematical Year 2000, a sequence of posters designed at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences was displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground. The posters were designed to stimulate, fascinate – even infuriate! But most importantly that they bring maths to life, illustrating the wide applications of modern mathematics in all branches of science – physical, biological, technological and financial.

The Mathematical Association has taken over production and distribution of the posters.
For further information and to purchase sets please see the Mathematical Association shop

A pocket-sized booklet of the posters is available to purchase from the Isaac Newton Institute. Please see “Maths Goes Underground” for more details.

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