POSTED DATE: 31 January 2018
AUTHOR: Minnis Journals
Making the connection between maths and the real world can be a bit of a leap but if there’s a group of people who know how to apply maths in real life situations it’s engineers; using formulae to solve practical problems is what they do.
From that premise Machinam, a start-up founded by three engineers, conceived the In Real Life (IRL) maths learning program which is pitched at Year 9 and 10 students.
Machinam is running a scholarship, funded by global engineering partner WorleyParsons, for the first time this year and has more in the pipeline. Read more...