2017 Festival: Brady Haran, Numberphile
Brady Haran, Numberphile
The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute welcomes Brady Haran of Numberphile to the 2017 National Math Festival!
Brady Haran is a UK-based video journalist and filmmaker, and the creator of YouTube’s most popular informal math channel, Numberphile (supported by MSRI, with over 200 million views), as well as many other popular science-themed YouTube channels, including Periodic Videos (chemistry), Sixty Symbols (physics), and Objectivity (cool objects).
Brady also finds the time to record the popular Hello Internet podcast with fellow YouTube creator C.G.P. Grey, selected by Apple as one of the best new podcasts of 2014. For more about Brady’s projects, visit bradyharan.com.
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Meet Brady Haran of YouTube’s Numberphile
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