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  1. Mathematical mysteries: Foucault's pendulum and the eclipse

    ... You may have seen Foucault's pendulum. There's one in the Science Museum in London (part of the National Museum of Science ... result. Their conclusions are still awaited, though at PASS Maths we have already heard that one laboratory in Austria replicated the ...

    plusadmin - 8 Jul 2010 - 18:33 - 1 comment

  2. Eat, drink and be merry: making it go down well

    ... is part of a series of two articles exploring two ways in which mathematics comes into food, and especially into food safety and ... digest a medicinal drug. The other article explores how maths can tell us the safest way to cook food (in a microwave oven). ...

    Marianne - 15 Oct 2010 - 12:13 - 1 comment

  3. School students deliver cutting edge research

    ... schools students. This type of information is crucial in mathematical models of how diseases spread, which can be used to test the ... by Plus' sister project Motivate , which produces maths enrichment resources for schools. Part of Motivate's expertise lies ...

    Marianne - 19 Jan 2011 - 15:11 - 3 comments