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The Turing Gateway to Mathematics (TGM) is a knowledge intermediary for the mathematical sciences. Based at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences and supported by the University of Cambridge, the TGM reaches out to and engages with the users of maths – in industry, business, public sector and other scientific disciplines. With extensive access to multiple communities across the UK and globally, the TGM can respond in an agile and flexible manner. The TGM works as a delivery partner to facilitate the transfer, translation and dissemination of knowledge. Using effective communications and proven methodologies, the TGM develops and runs activities such as events, bringing people and organisations together in order to share knowledge and stimulate further research and collaboration.Mission Statement

The Turing Gateway to Mathematics (TGM) acts as a vehicle for knowledge exchange between the mathematical sciences and potential users of mathematics, including industry, government, business and other academic disciplines, both in the UK and internationally. It does this by facilitating interactions and activities such as programmes of work, research and training events, as well as bespoke projects. The TGM aims at widening access to mathematics generally, to shorten pathways to impacts for academic research, and to support education and training in areas where mathematical skills are needed.

Background

The Turing Gateway to Mathematics (TGM) is an impact acceleration initiative of the Isaac Newton Institute (INI) based at the University of Cambridge.
 
It acts as a vehicle for knowledge exchange between the mathematical sciences and potential users of mathematics, such as industry and other academic disciplines in the UK as well as internationally. It helps to bridge the gap between those engaged in frontier mathematical research and those working in more applied areas, by stimulating the interchange of knowledge and ideas between academics from different disciplines and users of modern mathematics, such as industry and policy makers.
 
The TGM was established in 2013 and since then has consolidated its presence, delivering a range of activities across a number of different themes and sectors including biology and healthcare systems, environment and energy, financial risk, security sectors, Big Data and public policy.