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Met Office in for another roasting?
Not if their predictions are made clearer...
Troubled minds and perfect turbulence
Van Gogh paintings mimic the physics that governs turbulence
The tsunami of December 26th 2004 has focused the world's attention on this terrifying consequence of an underwater earthquake.
explores the underlying wave mathematics.
Chaotic Christmas? Try crocheting chaos!
Outer space: Is this a record?
Are records predictable in any way?
Building a bridge to maths
At last month's Cambridge Science Festival we had great fun trying out a hands-on (or rather feet-on)...
Friends and strangers
Can we always find order in systems that are disordered? If so, just how large does a system have to be to...
Easy as 1, 2, 3?
The natural numbers, 1, 2, 3, 4, ..., are nice. So what could be nicer than discovering interesting patterns...
Grappling with chaos: The Abel Prize 2014
The ability to see order in chaos has won the mathematician Yakov G. Sinai the 2014 Abel Prize.
Researching the unknown
Science is much stranger than fiction. It suggests that our Universe may just be one of infinitely many which...
The philosophy of cosmology
Can philosophy help explain our Universe?
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