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Women in STEM: Doing the Things You Love

Women represent about half the workforce in the UK. But they only make up 14.4% of all people in STEM roles. Low confidence, low take-up of STEM subjects after GCSE and a lack of female role models all play a part in explaining why this is the case...

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Computer and calculator workshop for secondary mathematics

A great chance to improve your skills by learning from experts...

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Getting to know Ada Lovelace: The world’s first computer programmer

If you had to guess when the world’s first computer programmer was born, what would you say? 70 years ago? 100 years ago?You need to look back much earlier, to 1815, to when British mathematician, Ada Lovelace, was born.

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A Brief History of Numbers: How 0-9 Were Invented

Have you ever wondered how numbers first came about?Using only ten symbols (0 - 9), we can write and rational number imaginable. But why do we use these ten symbols? And why is there 10 of them?Strange as it seems to us now, there was a time when numbers, as we know them, simply weren’t invented.

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Outstanding results with the fx-CG50 graphic calculator at Hamstead Hall Academy

With an ambitious objective to improve results and encourage students to take up maths at A-level, Hamstead Hall Academy in Birmingham decided to make the switch from scientific calculators to the new Casio fx-CG50 graphic calculator. The results have been outstanding...

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How Oxted School is learning the benefits of the fx-CG50 graphic calculator

Oxted School in Surrey has made the switch from scientific calculators to the new Casio fx-CG50 graphic calculator at A-level. They now use them for GCSE too. But why was the school so proactive...

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