Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory
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Mug with Color Inside - Maths In A Blaise Of Glory

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Design Backstory

A complex loving tribute to Blaise Pascal’s triangular array of binomial coefficients - arising in probability theory, combinatorics, and algebra – shown against an image of the Eiffel Tower with Penrose tribars also featuring. Civil engineer Gustave Eiffel combined STEAM elements after studying at the École Centrale des Arts et Manufactures with all his work, notably his tower and the Statue of Liberty, using mathematics during design and construction.

Take a look at @Ayliean on Twitter (self described “mathemactivist and craftamatician, …”) or listen to Dr Nira Chamberlain and others talk about  enjoying and using mathematics to solve real world problems.

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Add a splash of color to your hot chocolate, coffee or tea ritual! These ceramic mugs have a the design on them, but also have a colorful rim, handle, and inside, so the mug is bound to spice up your mug rack.


• Ceramic
• Height: 3.85″ (9.8 cm)
• Diameter: 3.35″ (8.5 cm)
• White print area
• Color rim, inside, and handle
• Dishwasher and microwave safe

Professor Brian Cox

“Science is too important not to be part of popular culture”

Prof Brian Cox

“On the way to the impossible we might find something eminently doable”Prof Brian Cox on summing up the endeavor science (fm The Infinite Monkey Cage – Extraterrestrial Life podcast, BBC Radio 4 7 Dec 2009)

Albert Einstein on Emmy Noether

“… the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began”

Peter Abelard, French Philsopher & logician

“Through doubting we are led to inquire, and by inquiring we perceive the truth”

Steve Jobs

“I think the biggest innovations of the twenty first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”