Enigma Project

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Future in green
The Enigma Project is a part of the Millennium Mathematics Project (MMP), which is, according to their web site:

"... a maths education initiative
for ages 5 to 19 and the general
public, based at the University of
Cambridge, but active nationally
and internationally."

You can read more about the Enigma Project at their all new Enigma Project web site:

There you will find a multitude of resources and ideas on how to inspire, motivate and demonstrate the practical applications of mathematics using codes and ciphers in the classroom either before or following an Enigma Project visit.

The old version is still available:

and the MMP web site is here: The map at left shows past talks in red, and upcoming talks in green, with larger dots showing more imminent talks. It is not definitive - for more information contact the Enigma Project directly.

The Enigma Project is currently is the capable hands of Nadia Baker. You can see a list of past and future Enigma Project bookings on this page:


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