|Isaac Newton Institute, 20 Clarkson Road, Cambridge|
|One of buildings of the Cambridge University Centre for Mathematical Sciences|
Inside the Institute, every opportunity is given for the free flow of ideas. Chalk boards are EVERYWHERE--in offices, hallways, the elevator, and even the bathrooms. Just a note for those interested in mathematical superstars. It was in the Institute's lecture room where Andrew Wiles gave his talk proving Fermat's Last Theorem (the proof, unfortunately, contained a small gap and was only completed a year after the talk).
|Interior of Institute|
So we've packed our bags, cleaned the apartment and begun our journey home. It's been an enriching experience as all travel is but it will also be good to be home.
|Kings College, Cambridge|