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In memory of Benoît Mandelbrot who died on October 15, you could look at a short slideshow - In pictures: Mandelbrot's fractals, watch the video Mandelbrot Set Zoom, and explore the Mandelbrot Applet.
Will one of your students be a winner in the Maths Careers website Poster Competition? Could your students design a poster as enchanting as this one?
All the student has to do is pick a mathematician from history, do some ‘digging’ to find out about her or his life and work, and then design a beautiful A4 poster to convey what they find out.
Would you like to help other teachers, and enhance your professional development, by joining a Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) Development Group? Why not go to the MEI Development Groups meeting on Saturday 27 November 2010, starting at noon at the London Mathematical Society?
The British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics (BSRLM) is for people interested in research in mathematics education and provides a supportive environment for both new and experienced researchers to develop their ideas. BSRLM organises a day conference in each academic term. The next meeting is on 13 November 2010 at Newcastle University.
On 16 November at 1pm in the Museum of London, Professor John Barrow will give a free public Gresham College lecture about Continued Fractions. How did Ramanujan make good use of their odd features to make striking discoveries?