Help get Maths on the Map
A new initiative from Maths Week is to build a maths map. That is a map that will show places of mathematical interest. We are looking for schools and the public to mark up any relevant places in their area or that they visit. This could include a place where there is a maths activity (such as a maths trail) /where maths is done (such as a university maths department) / birthplace of a famous mathematician / something in the built or natural environment with mathematical significance.

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Hamilton Bridge  Broombridge on the Royal Canal at Cabra, Dublin. On October 16th 1843 while walking with his wife to a meeting of the Royal Irish Academy, William Rowan Hamilton "discovered" quaternions.
Hamilton Bridge  Broombridge on the Royal Canal at Cabra, Dublin. On October 16th 1843 while walking with his wife to a meeting of the Royal Irish Academy, William Rowan Hamilton "discovered" quaternions.
Professor Anthony G O'Farrell, emeritus professor of mathematics Maynooth University, addresses the pilgrims at Broom Bridge at the Annual Hamilton Walk . The walk instigated by Prof O'Farrell in 1989 runs every year on 16th October. Maths Week Ireland always takes place around the 16th October.
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38 Dominick St Birthplace of William Rowan Hamilton
Birthplace of William Rowan Hamilton
38 Dominick St
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Mathematics Department Queen's University Belfast
Mathematics Department Queen's University Belfast
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3rd class went on a maths trail around Tubbercurry, Sligo. We used our Maths Eyes to see Maths in our Environment. We saw maths everywhere  appointment times, prices, distances, shapes. It was a great day
3rd class went on a maths trail around Tubbercurry, Sligo. We used our Maths Eyes to see Maths in our Environment. We saw maths everywhere  appointment times, prices, distances, shapes. It was a great day
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