mathematical modelling

A mathematical cancer model may lead to personalised treatment
Not if their predictions are made clearer...
In 1997 Andy Green was the first to break the sound barrier in his car Thrust SSC, which reached speeds of over 760mph. Now he and his team want to push things even further with a car called Bloodhound, designed to reach the dizzy heights of 1,000mph, about 1.3 times the speed of sound. Ben Evans explains how maths is used to build this car.
How do we know how many people have got it?
Will the Ashes result depend on the weather?
Explorers return with news from the Arctic
How does it spread?
New insights into gene permutations
The European Science Foundation backs systems biology
We live in a world full of information and it's a statistician's job to make sense of it. In this article Dianne Cook explores ways of analysing data and shows how they can be applied to anything from investigating diners' tipping behaviour to understanding climate change and genetics.
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