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Infinity and Beyond

Monday 7th November - 07:20 PM GMT

Infinity and Beyond

Infinity and Beyond - with Marcus du Sautoy

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For millennia contemplating infinity has sent even the greatest minds into a spin. But how can we get to grips with infinity?

And how can we wrap our heads around the infinite number of infinities?

In this exclusive talk, Marcus Du Sautoy explores the complex issues at stake, and reveals how mathematics can help crack the infinity puzzle.


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Documentary Screening - DOKBOX Cinema

Big Sofa Interview - The Lounge
The origins of life on this world and the next
Sara Walker

Headline Debate - The Arena
The Edge of the Universe
David Deutsch, George Ellis, Sara Walker. Robert Lawrence Kuhn hosts.

Meet The Speakers - The Lounge
David Deutsch, George Ellis, Sara Walker

Documentary Screening - DOKBOX Cinema
Secrets of Size: Atoms to Supergalaxies

Talk - The Arena
Infinity and Beyond
Marcus Du Sautoy

Music - The Stage

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Marcus Du Sautoy

Mathematician and author of What We Cannot Know, Du Sautoy is the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford.

Marcus du Sautoy is a famed mathematician and Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Oxford. He is a BBC TV favourite and author of the popular science books 'The Creativity Code' and 'The Music of the Primes'.