Increasing numbers of people are signing up to train as mathematics and science teachers
How ‘quants’ got it all spectacularly wrong
Ever wondered why traffic lights turn red when they do?
According to a report in The Guardian the recession has triggered a scramble for a place at university
Cambridge believes that, contrary to the popular view, the move favours state school over private pupils.
The difficulty of questions on mathematics exams taken by 16-year-olds in Great Britain has declined significantly since 1951
Between the abacus and the computer came the slide rule
a book about this geometric idea and its embodiement in the Fibonacci numbers
Professor Martin Taylor FRS was knighted in this years’ honours list.
New specialist mathematical search engine WolframAlpha launched