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Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge
England

The Centre for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge houses the Faculty of Mathematics, including the Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, and Pure Mathematics & Mathematical Statistics. The Centre, whose buildings were designed by Edward Cullinan, was officially opened in 2003.

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