## Dr Robotham wins her 7th Olympiad trophy in a row!

NMSC is celebrating a 100% success in this year’s Lower 6th Chemistry Olympiad with ALL of its Lower 6 chemistry students finishing in the TOP 20%. Special mention goes to …

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## Dr Robotham wins her 7th Olympiad trophy in a row!

## Euclid Contest Results

## RSC Young Analyst Competition

## The sum of the squares

## Which is larger?

## Maths Challenge Success

## A Timely Square

## Cell Biology

## A Timely Cube

NMSC is celebrating a 100% success in this year’s Lower 6th Chemistry Olympiad with ALL of its Lower 6 chemistry students finishing in the TOP 20%. Special mention goes to …

The Euclid Mathematics Competition is run by the Center for Education in Mathematics and Computing at the University of Waterloo. It is acknowledged one of the most challenging of all …

Huge congratulations to our two teams who entered the regional heats of the Royal Society of Chemistry Young Analyst Competition! Team one featured William, Gemini and Anthony, while team 2 comprised …

Introduction In this article, we will look at several proofs for a famous formula. Formula: Sum of the squares $$\sum_{r=1}^{n}r^2=\frac{n}{6}(n+1)(2n+1)$$ Mathematical induction We begin with the base case, \(n=1\). The …

Which is larger, \( e^{\pi} \) or \( \pi^{e} \) ? Follow

Each year, thousands of mathematics students from around the UK compete for certificates in the UKMT Mathematical Challenge. All of our A Level Mathematics students took up the senior challenge …

In the array of numbers below, the coordinates of the number \(1\) are \( (0,0) \), the coordinates of the number \( 19 \) are \( (-2,0) \) and the …

Follow one of our students as she explains the structure of the fundamental building blocks of complex life: the cell. Follow

What is the smallest possible value of the positive integer \(n\) such that \(2016n\) is a perfect cube? Follow