Susan Silver for the Inspirational Corner

We have a special interview for the beginning of Summer. Also, welcome to the sixth post for the Inspirational Corner. I am very happy to see how many lovely people have taken some time to answer our questions and share their passion for mathematics. Hope you enjoyed our fifth interview with Elias. Today we have a special guest... Continue Reading →

The Humas | Book Review

Generally, I can say that I am a big fan of Science-Fiction books. So, you can imagine incredibly excited I got when I found a Science-Fiction book that presents mathematical concepts. I am speaking about "The Humans" by Matt Haig. Overview This book review is split into different parts for your convenience. General description Chapters Concepts Quotes... Continue Reading →

MathReadathon

This post is going to be a short announcement post. If you are following me on Instagram, you already know that I plan to do a short 12 hour readathon. Recently I have been very dissapointed with the amount of maths related books I am reading. My free time has been limited in the last... Continue Reading →

My Story

During secondary school and then high school I was always considered to be somewhat good at math, however it was not my priority. It was just a subject I understood faster and a little better than the others. Every time a teacher asked me about a competition I always said “NO!”. This was not because... Continue Reading →

Women in Mathematics

This month I have been sharing more and more about women mathematicians on all our social media platforms. In this short post I just want to mention the work of Rachel Ignotofsky. She is the illustrator of Women in Science, which was turned into a book and released in 2016.  The book is incredible and I cannot... Continue Reading →

Mathematics A – Z: Axioms

I have wanted to start writing a series on mathematical concepts in an alphabetical order. Finally, I will start Mathematics A - Z. On our Facebook page, I asked what concepts or ideas you want to see that start with A. A couple of people were asking for Axioms... so here it is: Axioms for... Continue Reading →

Weird Maths | Book Review

If you have been following me on Instagram or Goodreads, you probably know that I have been reading "Weird Maths" by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee. This was the book chosen in the LThMath Book Club on Goodreads for the October and November 2018 reading challenge. Overview This book review is split into different parts for your convenience. General description... Continue Reading →

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