The Archimedeans - Cambridge University Mathematical Society

About Eureka

Eureka is a journal published annually by the Archimedeans, the Mathematical Society of the University of Cambridge. It includes a variety of mathematical articles on many different topics, written by students and mathematicians from all over the world, as well as a short summary of the activities of the society, problem sets, puzzles, artwork and book reviews.

I think Eureka is a brilliant magazine. Many of its articles are classics. Ian Stewart, FRS

Eureka has been published 62 times since 1939, and authors include many famous mathematicians and scientists such as Nobel Laureate Paul Dirac, Fields Medallist Tim Gowers, as well as Paul Erdos, Martin Gardner, Godfrey Hardy, John Conway, Roger Penrose, Ian Stewart, and Stephen Hawking.

How to Subscribe

The price of Eureka is £4 per issue. Back issues are cheaper and can be ordered separately. There are two ways to subscribe to Eureka:

Subscription Accounts

You can open a subscriptions account by subscribing online and sending a cheque of at least £10 to the address below. We will send you each issue of Eureka and inform you when your account is running low.

Invoicing Account

Please subscribe online or email the subscriptions manager to open an invoicing account. We will send you each issue of Eureka, together with an invoice, which can be paid by cheque or bank transfer. Alternatively you can buy issues of Eureka at all talks and social events organised by the Archimedeans. For more details visit our events page.

Contact Details

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The postal address of the Archimedeans is:

The Archimedeans
Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Wilberforce Road
Cambridge, CB3 0WA
United Kingdom
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