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Famous female mathematicians
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From ancient to modern times, find out about famous female mathematicians. Famous female mathematicians

Book NOW for Maths afternoon at Kings College London
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The IMA is proud to present an afternoon of mathematics for pupils aged 16+ Thursday 23 June, 13:00 – 16:00, Kings College London, Strand Campus, Room S-2.08 An optional space for schools to eat lunch will be available from 12:00. Maths … Read More

Where do maths graduates actually work?
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If you are considering taking a mathematics related degree, then make sure you read this article as it will help you understand your excellent potential job prospects once you graduate. Maths graduates

Bitcoin – the currency built with maths
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Bitcoin is a virtual currency. This means that it only exists digitally, it does not have physical notes or coins, and it can be used to buy things on the internet. One of the major reasons that people might want … Read More

Career profiles in Maths
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Take a look at how graduates actually use maths in their careers and the massive variety of different areas which they work in. With over 80 profiles of real people to look at, we hope you will see that studying … Read More

Motorway mathematics
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You may have encountered what are known as ‘phantom traffic jams’ when driving along the motorway. This is when a traffic jam appears out of nowhere, before mysteriously disappearing again, without any sign of an accident or obvious cause of … Read More

Network Security Competition
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A practical task to improve the network security of an accountancy firm. sec_comp1_day_1 sec_comp1_day_2

Stephen Fry discusses exam techniques
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Stephen Fry provides some good advice for those about to face exams. Video

The economy
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Kamal Munir from University of Cambridge discusses the economy and economic growth.

AWE – Waves
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This resource can be used in support of the following curricula (assessed from 2015): AQA: Physics A2 and A level – Unit 3 OCR: Physics A2 and A level – Unit 4 Edexcel: Physics A2 and A level – Topic … Read More

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