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Thanks to all (estimated 400,000) who engaged with Maths Week 2018

An all-Island celebration of mathematics

Coordinated by Calmast STEM Outreach Centre
at Waterford Institute of Technology

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Don’t miss out on the chance to win one of 6 fantastic prizes! Register the details of your school or organisation for Maths Week 2018 and pin your location to our interactive map

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Maths Week 2018: 13-21 October

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The 2018 Maths Week posters are here!

Maths Week is an important way to help learners, of all ages, enjoy maths and to highlight the creativity of the subject.

Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin, assistant professor, UCD and science communicator

Basic maths is hugely important when it comes to success in the kitchen. There is a lot of science and maths in cooking and you can’t ignore them. Maths wouldn’t have been my favourite subject in school, but I didn’t realise how important it was at the time.

Donal Skehan, food writer & TV presenter

Mathematics is essential for disciplines such as science, technology, engineering and finance. However, we should also remember that mathematics promotes the ability to think rationally, analyse and solve problems, and process data clearly and accurately.

Miriam O'Callaghan, broadcaster and journalist
The Maths Week story

Maths resources for all ages

Rainy days need never be a drag again! Visit the Resources section of our website where you’ll find a wealth of fun, challenging puzzles and activities for all ages.

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