Matemilano exhibition first mentions some problems (it is not a matter of abstruse "mathematical" questions, but of problems dealing with our experience) whose solution involves maths often in a surprising way.
Comments on different themes are edited by their work makers (engineers, meteorologists, computer scientists, typhlology experts, physicians and economists) and deal with this sort of questions:

what does it mean to cable Milan?
according to which factors can a medical institution decide to buy or not to buy an expensive machinery?
how is it possible to make a sightless "feel" large-sized spaces?
how much maths is there behind the beauty of a fabric?
how much rainfall is there in Milan?
how much does population increase?
how is it possible to insure one's savings?
how is it possible to see a child in full relief in her mother's lap?