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In 2018, I watched the excellent Marvel film Black Panther which has just broke $1 Billion in the box office worldwide! The film had a number of themes including the question – What if an African country, named Wakanda, lead…

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What a month October 2017 was. Firstly, my wife and I celebrated our first anniversary of being married. I love you Jacqueline Rhule-Chamberlain! Secondly, in my first year of been nominated, I made 5th place of the 2018 Powerlist. Hence,…

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In the UK, some mathematical organisations lead by the excellent  Chalkdust have declared October as Black Mathematician Month! Now unknown to me at the time. My cousin, Professor Clive Fraser  (an Economics Professor) met one of the greatest Black mathematicians…

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In my humble opinion, mathematical modelling is the most creative side of applied mathematics. To me, mathematical modelling is about looking into the real world; translating it into mathematics, solving that mathematics and then applying that solution back into the…

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The Championship season has just finished and Aston Villa finished in 13th position. Dr Tony Xia gave Aston Villa a mark of 59 out of 100 where 60 is a pass. How he came to that figure only him and…

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When I was coming to the end of my PhD, my future wife, suggested that I find a new hobby to occupy some of my spare time. I was fortunate to be approach by Speaker for Schools, who wanted me to…

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My name is Dr Nira Chamberlain a Mathematical Modeller and a Chartered Scientist. In 2014 the Science Council named me as one of the UK’s Leading Practising Scientists. In making this list, I was one of only two black scientists;…

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The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF), formerly the London International Youth Science Fortnight, is one of the oldest residential science conferences in the world, hosting approximately 500 students (aged 17-21) from 65 counties all over the world in London,.…

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Recently I was invited to  Spark London  ://stories.co.uk. event. Spark London invvites the general public to come to a theatre and give a 5 minutes story about your life. At first, this sounds very challenging. However on the day, they were…

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Sadly my first childhood hero, Muhammad Ali sadly past a way. However it good to see the whole world celebrate his life as he impact us one way or another. Growing up in a Jamaican family during the 1970’s and…

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