The Astonishing Stats Behind New Year's Resolutions
Raise your hand if your New Year’s Resolution has already been broken.
Meet Blaise Pascal: Mathematician, Scientist, Theologian
Blaise Pascal achieved a lot in his short life. He lived for only 39 years, but his work impacted a wide range of fields, including mathematics, science, theology and philosophy.
The Classwiz Makes a Difference
On a vacation to Uganda four years ago, Janet Duchesne and her husband Steve happened upon the village of Nkuringo. Nkuringo is an isolated community set on the top of a mountain, 2200 meters...
Women in STEM: Doing the Things You Love
Women represent about half the workforce in the UK.
Computer and calculator workshop for secondary mathematics
A great chance to improve your skills by learning from experts
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?
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?
The 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...