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Rejoicing December 22 National Mathematics Day

As it's rightly said - mathematics is what you make of it. Perhaps, mathematics is more of Arts than Science and the art lies...

Teaching Math Online – A Complete Guide

As an expert mathematician, you may find yourself wondering what the best career path for you is. Luckily, there are numerous options available in...

German Intellectuals Praised Indian Ancient Knowledge 

By Caroline Hagen My first encounter with an incredible book on India titled – ‘GREAT MINDS ON INDIA’ by Salil Gewali was about two years...

Mission To Eradicate Maths Phobia: World’s Fastest Human Computer

Neelakantha Bhanu Prakash, who emerged as world's fastest human computer by winning the Mental Calculation World Championship at Mind Sports Olympiad in London earlier...

On National Mathematics Day, 10 amazing facts about Srinivasa Ramanujan

NEW DELHI: Srinivasa Ramanujan is considered as one of the top mathematician gems ever lived in India. His extraordinary mind and unbeatable logics got...

Maryam Mirzakhani : The First Woman to Win Fields Medal in Mathematics Equivalent of Nobel Prize Dies

Maryam Mirzakhani was the only woman to win mathematics equivalent of Nobel Prize She died on Saturday as she was battling breast cancer ...

Stanford University Student Attempts to Reconstruct History of Geometry Diagrams

New approach to this study made by Eunsoo Lee who is a PhD student in Classics at Stanford University Lee was confused by...

Teachers underrating Girls’ ability to solve problems in Maths likely to create Gender Gap in the Subject, says Study

New York, October 28, 2016: Teachers underrating girls' ability to solve problems in Mathematics will likely contribute to the widening of gender gap in the...

A Look Back In History: Contribution of Indian Mathematicians in the field of Mathematics

The chronology of Indian mathematicians spans from the Indus Valley Civilization and the Vedas to Modern India Mathematical concepts from India were transmitted to the Middle...

Mark Zuckerberg in tears after watching Ramanujan Biopic, Pledges to create Ramanujan Foundation

The film was named “The Man Who Knew Infinity” and is directed by Matthew Brown The film will release in India on 29th...

Srinivasa Ramanujan : The Man Who Knew Infinity

By Pashchiema Bhatia Srinivasa Ramanujan died when he was just 32 but he left behind is astonishing and remarkable. During his short life, he held...

Indian-American boy in line to win $100,000 ‘Child Genius’ prize

Washington: With terrific memory skills and mathematical abilities, a brainy Indian-American boy, nine-year-old Arnav Krishna, is set to compete in the final round of Lifetime Television's competition...

Indian-American among math and science teachers honoured by Obama

Darshan Jain, an Indian-American teacher is one of the 108 teachers named by President Barack Obama as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for...

St. Stephen’s announces first cut-off; 99 per cent for English

New Delhi:  Delhi University's St Stephen's College on Tuesday announced its first cut-off list for the 2015 academic session, with the percentage set at...

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