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When publishing papers authors are asked to include the following:


The author(s) would like to thank the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences for support and hospitality during the programme [insert programme name] when work on this paper was undertaken. This work was supported by:

EPSRC grant number EP/K032208/1".

INI produces a range of publications to communicate information about activities and events. These include the Annual ReportINI Newsletter and a popular series of Case Studies which are written for a non-technical audience.

There are also a number of publications that record the scientific output of the Institute. Participants in scientific programmes are encouraged to include the results of their research in the INI Preprint Series. In addition, many programmes, workshops or conferences lead to more substantial single or multi-author volumes. Most Institute seminars are recorded and are available as Web Seminars. Organisers of scientific programmes also produce Final Scientific Report.

Six Questions with... is a series of interviews which showcase the achievements of inspirational women from all kinds of backgrounds and at all stages of their mathematical sciences careers. If you are a female mathematical scientist, have participated in Institute activities, and would like to contribute to the series, please contact the Librarian and Information Officer.

The Institute Gender Balance Action Plan details some concrete steps regarding women in mathematics that INI shall take in the next few years.

During World Mathematical Year 2000, Posters in the London Underground, a sequence of posters designed at INI, was displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground. The posters are available for purchase through the Mathematical Association.

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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