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The MSRI Monthly newsletter is sent once per month by email (via Mailchimp). It contains brief updates on MSRI scientific and outreach news as well as event listings, application deadlines, Emissary newsletter releases, and other topics of general interest. View the archive of all newsletters here.
MSRI Public Events Newsletters
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This email list is sent to invite subscribers to MSRI-sponsored special events (particularly in the Bay Area of California), as well as general announcements of interest. View the archive of all public announcements here.
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This list is for weekly information on mathematics lectures at MSRI or UC Berkeley which are open to the public.
Subscribe to the National Math Festival Newsletter
The third National Math Festival will take place in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, May 4, 2019, organized by MSRI in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath). For occasional email updates and announcements about speakers, programs, and more as the festival date approaches, subscribe to this list.
Press & Media
View an archive of MSRI press releases and media advisories.
Read stories from local, national and international media that feature MSRI in coverage about the Institute’s scientific programs, people, educational outreach, and mathematics-related public events.
From 1998 to 2004 MSRI hosted a series of journalists for a semester each. Here are links to their writing.