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How long is a piece of paper?

How long is a piece of paper?

Have you ever tried to fold a piece of paper - and then keep on folding it?


Maths 'no better than in 1970s'

Maths 'no better than in 1970s'

Pupils are no better at maths now than they were 30 years ago - despite a rise in exam grades, a study suggests.


To the nth dimension

To the nth dimension

In a feature in the New Scientist entitled Beyond space and time: Fractals, hyperspace and more there is a a graphic and thought provoking look at the idea of 'dimension'


Credit crisis and risk

Credit crisis and risk

The credit crisis would not have been as bad if investment banks’ risk management systems worked well


Chartered Mathematics Teacher is launched

Chartered Mathematics Teacher is launched

What is a Chartered Mathematics Teacher?


Comprehensives to be able to offer IGCSE

Comprehensives to be able to offer IGCSE

Comprehensives are to be given the chance to abandon traditional GCSEs in favour of tougher exams


Selfridges goes Christmaths

Selfridges goes Christmaths

Selfridges goes mathematical


Major report on Primary Schools

Major report on Primary Schools

The Cambridge Primary Review