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Fibonacci Day - a sequence to celebrate

Posted by Jonathan Lambert on 22 November 2018
The 23rd day of November is a special day for those among us that have a passion for number sequences. It has been named ‘Fibonacci Day’ after the 12th century mathematician Leonardo Pisano, a member of the Bonacci family. In particular, the naming of the day is due to the representation of the day in mm-dd calendar notation form, in this case 11-23, which represents the first four digits of the famed Fibonacci sequence.
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Channelling children's natural curiosity to STEM

Posted by Dr Meghan Marrero on 12 November 2018
Dr Meghan Marrero continues her guest blog, this week giving an insight into her work with young children and STEM education. Why STEM for young children?
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Introducing Dr Meghan Marrero

Posted by Dr Meghan Marrero on 20 October 2018
We are delighted to welcome Dr Meghan Marrero to NCI. She has generously agreed to take the time to blog about her work here in Dublin, and we will be sharing regular updates with you on the NCI blog in the coming months.
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