Cambridge receives Pounds 2.5m for maths sciences

April 25, 1997

A new centre of mathematical sciences planned for Cambridge University has received its first donation of Pounds 2.5 million from the Marit and Hans Rausing Charitable Foundation. The cost of the new building, which will house pure mathematics, mathematical statistics and applied mathematics, is estimated at Pounds 40 million. The university says that much of this will have to be raised privately.

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