Have you ever wondered what complex numbers are good for, both within and outside of maths? Find out with this collection of articles and videos.
Producing electricity securely, safely, reliably and cheaply has many challenges. Chris Budd explains that the answer to many of these issues is maths.
Gravitational waves have opened a new window on the Universe. Find out what they are, how they were detected, and what they promise to reveal.
Young researchers at this year's Heidelberg Laureate Forum tell us about their work.
Our digital lives rely on distributed computer systems, such as the internet, but understanding the order of events in such systems is not always straightforward.
How to make images out of ripples of pixels...
Celebrate female mathematicians with this selection of interviews and videos, which accompany the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.
Imagine your weight depended on the colour of your underwear! Something quite similar may be happening when you are measuring things in quantum physics. Find out more here...
Bees do it, rabbits do it, and luckily, we humans can do it too: explore the famous Fibonacci sequence!
Are you stumped by the dating game? Never fear — Plus is here! This article looks at one of the central questions of dating: how many people should you date before settling for something serious?
If you're bored with the average, then move on to the variance!
How will the Universe end? In a big crunch? Or a big freeze? It all depends on its shape...
Celebrating the new year with a new prime!
Rudolf Taschner's new book presents a satisfying, accessible, and wide-reaching account of the people and ideas behind game theory.
Vicky Neale's new book is a fascinating look at the prime numbers and recent advances in prime number theory.
Statistics professor John Aston has been appointed as the Home Office's new Chief Scientific Adviser.
From social science to neuroscience, networks are everywhere! In this package we bring together our best content on network and graph theory for you to peruse.
Mathscon is a conference directed at undergraduates, young researchers and science lovers in general, whose mission is to reshape the world's perception of mathematics.