career interview

Jose Munoz explains how engineering can allow you to explore the unknown, from understanding how mechanical structures bend to investigating the way genes affect the shape of embryos.
Francesca Harris has always known she wanted to work in the music or film industry, and she has found that her maths skills have stood her in good stead as she works her way up.
Jason Winborn specialises in human resource management software Peoplesoft, and has been working freelance as a consultant for four years.
André Léger studies the fluid mechanics of food travelling through the intestines for consumer goods giant Unilever.
Bharat Dodia tells Plus how his love of maths has taken him from turbulent times to building better IT systems for Ford.
In this issue we talk to maths student Emily Dixon about her university studies, and where maths might take her in the future.
Skot McDonald talks to Plus about how he uses mathematics to understand music, and how he managed to combine his passions for music and computing to create a successful career.
Wen Quek works for an award-winning architectural cooperative based in London. Recently, she worked on the new library at the University of Cambridge's Centre for Mathematical Sciences. As she tells Plus, Wen sees many parallels between mathematics and architecture.
Whether you love maths or hate maths, your opinions on the subject were probably formed early. So primary teachers have a vital role to play in promoting mathematical skills. Plus meets primary teacher and maths coordinator Maureen Matthews.
Helen is a defence analyst with the MoD, using her maths skills to help defend the nation. Plus finds out about her career path.
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