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A life in engineering: Prof. Jan Maciejowski talks to the Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC)
 20 March 2023,
 In the hot seat, Jan Maciejowski, InstMC Past President and Professor Emeritus of Control Engineering, University of Cambridge (now retired), gives us an insight...

It’s 3.14! To celebrate Pi Day, learn more about the latest research with Forum of Mathematics, Pi
 14 March 2023,
 Pi Day is celebrated around the world on the fourteenth day of the third month (3/14). The date representation of 3.14 is the most basic ratio of the circumference...

The PageRank algorithm analysed by EJAM
 17 November 2022,
 The PageRank algorithm was developed by Google cofounder Larry Page, and first introduced in 1998. It is based on the idea that a website’s importance can...
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