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  • F1 strategy and pit stops

    F1 strategy and pit stops

    In Formula One, fractions of a second can mean the difference between crossing the finish line first or second. Such minute differences mean huge investment has been made in order to engineer a faster car. However, mathematicians trained in operational research techniques are increasingly being employed to provide the cutting edge in a different way: pit stop strategy.

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  • What can Maths do for me?

    What can Maths do for me?

    Have you ever wondered why you need to study Maths? The simple answer is that Maths is used in all aspects of day-to-day life, often when you’re not even aware that you’re using it! Don’t believe us? Then check out these Career Profiles published by our friends at STEMNET.

  • Mathematics: Unlocking Worlds

    This event is promoted on behalf of the London Mathematical Society. An exciting event promoting UK mathematics will take place on Friday 16th January 2015. The event titled Mathematics: Unlocking Worlds is the Launch of the London Mathematical Society’s 150th Anniversary celebrations. This event is not just a celebration of 150 years of the LMS but […]

  • Career profiles

    Career profiles

    The range of careers open to STEM graduates is very broad indeed. To give you an idea, we have put together a collection of personal career profiles of STEM graduates, as well as links to other websites that feature such profiles.

  • Engineering in action

    Engineering in action

    Maths is used everywhere and creates endless career opportunities. If you are thinking at all about a career in engineering, then these videos are for you. Engineers from five diverse sectors talk about their careers, as well as giving real life examples of where they use A-level maths.