UN awards AWC 2018 participant

Published in September 27, 2019

Anna Luísa Bezerra, the founder of Aqualuz, won the United Nations Young Champions of the Earth Award

AWC Startups are finalists at Harvard competition

Published in February 20, 2019

Three startups participating in the Academic Working Capital program in 2018 are finalists of the HackBrazil competition, which awards innovative technological solutions that seek to solve the main problems in Brazil. The three startups – Aqualuz, Helidrop and NextCam – will now participate in the final phase of the contest, which will include a pitch at the Brazil Conference at Harvard & MIT, between April 5, 6, and 7 in Boston, United States. The winner will take home BRL 75,000 […]

Círculo educators go to the USA

Published in July 14, 2016

Six educators of O Círculo da Matemática do Brasil participated in the Math Circle Summer Teacher Training Institute, held between June 27th and July 1st at the University of Notre Dame, in the United States. They were the winners in 2015 and 2016 of the Instituto TIM – O Círculo da Matemática do Brasil Award, which honors the educators who most stood out with a trip to the United States to participate in the workshop. The training is organized by […]

Webinar about O Círculo in Harvard

Published in October 27, 2014

O Círculo da Matemática do Brasil was a subject of discussion in the webinar “Mathematics and Human Development”, held at Harvard University, United States, on October 22th. Educators Bob and Ellen Kaplan, creators of The Math Circle approach, professor Amartya Sen, Nobel Economics Prize laureate and one of the creators of the Human Development Index (HDI), and Stephen Kennedy, from the Mathematical Association of America, took part in the event. The webinar was open to the public from Harvard and […]