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Connections in space
A new piece of free educational software
The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics has been launched
History helps maths
Learning about the history behind maths helps students understand it better
Career interview: maths teacher
Adrian Dow has a huge change ahead of him: after fourteen years in the UK and around the world, he's about to return to his native Trinidad with the ultimate aim to open his own school.
intercepted him on the way to the airport.
Where is the next generation? — more bad news for maths education.
The Millennium Mathematics Project wins the Queen's Anniversary Prize.
North and south
UK students visit South Africa
Convergence: Where Mathematics, History and Teaching Interact
A new resource for maths teachers
The Further Maths Network has been launched
More opportunities to study further maths
Editorial, mathematics education, mathematics in the media, public understanding of mathematics, adrian smith
Where is the next generation? - more bad news for maths education.
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Researching the unknown
Science is much stranger than fiction. It suggests that our Universe may just be one of infinitely many which...
The 2013 Plus advent calendar
Is it cold outside? Yes! The fire warm? Yes! Snow on its way? Yes! Do we love Christmas? YES! Celebrate the...
Mathematical man Friday
Who knew that Robinson Crusoe contained a lost chapter about maths? Help us find the hidden mathematical...
The life and numbers of Fibonacci
The Fibonacci sequence – 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ... – is one of the most famous pieces of mathematics. We...
The fact that a sizeable proportion of the financial workforce is made up of physicists is one of the...
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