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Let's meet Grace Hopper, The pioneer of electronic computers

Grace Hopper, born in December 1906 was an American computer scientist and Navy rear admiral. Grace was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, she was also a pioneer of computer programming and invented one of the first linkers!...

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Why the GTX calculator will boost your maths experience this year: useful features and updates

Visit any shop - online or on the high street - and, no doubt, you'll see a wide range of choice. Whether you're looking for a new hairdryer, phone or even a calculator, the options can feel a bit much. And it's made even harder when you're not entirely sure what features are essential and what features are just a nice to have. It's not always easy to know which calculator to buy - especially when there are so many choices...

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Five things to quit before January for a productive start to the school year [backed by science]

Do you want to master the 24 hours you have in a day? And make the start of the new school year the most productive ever? Often we know what we *should* be doing. But it can be difficult to put it in to practice...

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4 high-flying CEOs who used maths as a platform for their success

Maths lovers, you can now breathe a happy sigh of relief. Studies have found that students who study maths in higher education have the highest rates of employment!...

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Women in Maths: 5 female mathematicians you need to know about

There is no doubt that the majority of people reading this blog post will have heard of Newton, Turing and Einstein, but what about the female icons in mathematics?...

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Rugby World Cup in Japan: Where did it all begin for Casio?

The 2019 Rugby World Cup has kicked off in Japan; the first time the country has hosted the event. And, being a Japanese company, it's made us reflect on where it all began for us here at Casio...

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Calculators Empowering Future Mathematicians in Zimbabwe

Many students in Zimbabwe do not study maths. A recent curriculum change means students require a calculator to complete the qualification, which their parents cannot afford to buy. In one school, only two students out of 68 taking maths had calculators. Not even the teacher had one...

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Four simple hacks for a smooth start to the school year

After the luxury of a long, lazy summer, sleeping in and working to your own timetable, your alarm clock awakening you on the first day of school can be a daunting prospect. Whether you're just beginning your GCSEs or you're heading into year 13 to start your A-Levels, a new school year is a time of transition and a lot of new changes. New subjects, new teachers, new friends and maybe even a new school!...

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