# Posters

## Mathematicians A–Z

This poster series presents the life and work of 26 female & non-binary mathematicians, ordered alphabetically, who hail from backgrounds that are historically under-represented (or even prejudiced against) in the field but who nevertheless achieved great distinction, either within their own time or in recent years. Here we showcase their contributions to mathematics and its applications to the natural sciences. In doing so, we aim to bring more recognition to their accomplishments and inspire reflection on what it means to be a mathematician in contemporary society.

## Florence Nightingale

## Somerville College

## International Mathematical Union

## London Mathematical Society

## Oxford Mathematics Alphabet

The Oxford Mathematics Alphabet is an outreach project showcasing the amazing and wonderful research going on at the Mathematical Institute at the University of Oxford. Each letter links to an area of research, a blog post written by a researcher in the area, and an A3 poster for download.

## GH Hardy

## Charles Dodgson

*syllogisms*(statements called premises which lead to a conclusion) on our Maths and Philosophy page. His interest in voting theory led to him making recommendations to parliament - including the rule that no results should be announced until all polling stations had closed.