Mathblogging.org finalist in Delft University Innovation award

November 11, 2011 § 3 Comments

For the second time now, Delft University of Technology asked its researchers to throw their hats into the ring for the Delft Innovation Award, looking for the most innovative projects.

Well, we had an afternoon to spare, so we filled out the application form for mathblogging.org. To our delight we made it to the final round of 24!

Our chances might be slim (in 2009, this awesome invention won), but it’s already been a great experience! As part of the final round,  Fred was interviewed about mathblogging.org and we’ll get a super-awesomesauce poster made for us! The clip will be on youtube sometime next week and we’ll be sure to keep you updated here!

PS: If you’re an employee at TU Delft, you could even vote for us in the Public’s Choice Award, also starting sometime next week.

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