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Breakthrough: Feeling the Heat

Breakthrough was a termly resource for teachers published between 1999 and 2001. Each edition highlighted a number of discoveries and inventions and the people who made them. This edition was published in September 2000.

Each edition of breakthrough included feature articles and regular items such as...

breakthrough: a Brief History of the Periodic Table

breakthrough was a termly resource for teachers published between 1999 and 2001. Each edition highlighted a number of discoveries and inventions and the people who made them. This edition was published in January 2001.

Each edition of breakthrough included feature articles and regular items such as profiles...

breakthrough: Suntans and Vitamin D

breakthrough was a termly resource for teachers published between 1999 and 2001. Each edition highlighted a number of discoveries and inventions and the people who made them. This edition was published in May 2001.

Each edition of breakthrough included feature articles and regular items such as profiles of...

breakthrough: a Voyage, a Great Idea and Twenty Years of Hesitation

breakthrough was a termly resource for teachers published between 1999 and 2001. Each edition highlighted a number of discoveries and inventions and the people who made them. This edition was published in September 2001. Each edition of breakthrough included feature articles and regular items such as profiles of...

Probability

Produced by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), these resources are aimed at mathematics practitioners. .

Sessions in this resource look at:

• Probability scales (using higher order questions)
• Probability, fractions, decimals and percentages (creating connections between...

Intersecting Linear Sequences

This resource from Inquiry Maths investigates the connections between linear sequences.

Intersecting linear sequences outlines the prompt which consists of two linear sequences, 3n -2 and 2n+1 which have two terms in common, 7 and 13, which themselves form the first two...

iSquared Magazine Issue 1

This edition of iSquared magazine features:

Optimisation on the high seas - Catherine Buchanan and David Stern consider optimisation problems in the context of using dynamic programming to find the quickest route between two points when travelling...

iSquared Magazine Issue 4

This edition of iSquared magazine features:

Chemotaxis: how bacteria move - Nikita Vladimirov explains why mathematical modelling is useful for understanding chemotaxis, a mechanism used by bacteria to enable them to...

iSquared Magazine Issue 7

This edition of iSquared magazine features:

Symmetry Man - Jacqueline Whitcombe talks to Marcus du Satoy about his research into symmetry and his position as Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science.

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iSquared Magazine Issue 8

This edition of iSquared magazine features:

Weapons of Financial Mass Destruction - The economic crisis was caused by a failure to understand the maths behind financial products. Kate Roberts takes a look at some of the...

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