More than a Makeover: What next for Maths Week Scotland?

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Welcome to Maths Week Scotland’s brand new website and brand new look!

Since Maths Week Scotland started in 2017 we have been amazed and delighted with the different ideas, events and sheer enthusiasm which have made it such a success. We wanted to bring all of that together in a digital home, with logos and a new look to do Maths Week Scotland proud.

It isn’t all just fancy fonts and pretty pictures though. We have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure that Maths Week Scotland 2019 is our biggest and best yet. We have got more locations, more events and more lovely people working with us than ever before.

If you are interested in hosting an event or want to get involved check out our Call For Ideas

Maths isn’t just for one week a year though. Throughout the year we will be looking for the maths which makes the world work. From algorithms for black hole images to 3D printed dresses we love finding out and sharing how maths is helping us push barriers and shape our world.

Follow us on twitter @MathsWeekScot and #MathsWeekScot for the latest news and events near you.

Maths Week Scotland 2019 will be back 30 September - 6 October.



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Maths at Work Compilation Packs

We have pulled together all the 'Maths at Work' related activities from our past Activity Packs, to make it easier for you to access this content which can be reused year after year. The compilation packs align with the levels of the Scottish curriculum.

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Facing the Future: Edinburgh Science Festival 2024

It's Spring in Edinburgh means, which means the return of the Edinburgh Science Festival (30 March - 14 April)! This years theme is Shaping the Future, and we've browsed through the programme to pick out some of our maths highlights for you.

29th Sep
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Science Sunday at the National Museum of Flight

National Museum of Flight | | Free with museum admission
Celebrate Maths Tales with our Science Sunday at the National Museum of Flight