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  Mission & Governance
The Institute’s mission and governing organization is provided with a summary of facts about MSRI and 13 points highlighting significant accomplishments that have been made over the course of the Institute’s twenty-three year history. Mission or Committee List
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Find out more about the people who help run the Institute.
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A guide to both current members and arriving members who are yet to come with their tentative arrival date.
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Comprehensive information essential to members’ travel and stay at the Institute, as well as valuable tips for shorter visits to MSRI.
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A guide to using the MSRI Library containing over 12,500 books, 8000 journal volumes (100 journal titles), and videos. Links to on-line mathematical resources
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Find out more about the computing resources offered by MSRI as well as information on the computing staff hours and availability.
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For information about the The Scientific Graphics Project (SGP), which concerns surfaces in R3 (three dimensional euclidean space).
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