See if you've got a future as a spy, or a cryptographer!
By: Sam Parr
Have you ever heard of Numbers Stations? Do you know what they are? Who is broadcasting them? The...
By: Amina Hachemi
How can game theory help in our everyday lives?
By: Riccardo Barnard
Help us find IGGY's birthday twins!
Try your hand at deciphering Morse code!
What's so special about pi?
GAME: don't let the bug die!
By: Tomi Oladepo
Part 2 of Geometric Sequences; Learn how to generate a sequence
By: Nat Frend
A sequence is a list of numbers in a special order. Each number in a sequence is called a term. A...
Simply put, actuaries manage risk. The future is uncertain and full of risk. Risk is the chance t...
By: Alex Yung
Equations are the lifeblood of mathematics, science, and technology. Without them, our world woul...
By: Daniel Faulkner
September's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, A level difficul...
By: Philip Tutty
Welcome to Venn That Tune! Starting off with an introduction to Venn diagrams and a taste of what...
Professor Jeff Rosenthal breaks down the probability of fantastic events in an entertaining blend...
August's Maths Challenges are divided into categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty, and...
PART 2 - Disease models Finally we look at different types of disease models (SIS, SIR, SEIR) and...
July's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty....
June's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty....
May's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS/A2 Difficulty, and ...
Meet the IGGY Member of the Month for July 2017
Be the first to know, IGGY is getting a new website.
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IGGY Knowledge Section offers a wide range of interactive resources and content alongside challenges, debates and competitions.