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Whether you are a bird hunting caterpillars or a neuron processing information, the marginal value theorem helps you maximise your bang per buck.

A new model of the formation of the Moon's crust finally explains the diversity and range of ages of rocks found on the lunar surface.

Explore the amazing patterns that reveal the powers hidden in the multiplication table!

As the world prepares for COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, we look at how maths can help understand the climate crisis.

Explore the maths behind machine learning and deep neural networks with this collection of short introductions and in-depth articles.

Join us as we follow Kathryn Hess on a mathematical mystery tour of the marvellous intricacy of the brain!

Can physics shed new light on understanding language? Sanjaye Ramgoolam tells us about his exciting new approach that brings together theoretical physics, mathematics and computer science.

The beautiful rose curve has an odd pattern to the number of its petals – this student and teacher team explain why...

Explore the mathematical study of symmetry with this collection of content, which includes short introductions, in-depth articles, a podcast, and some magic!

We reveal some of the maths and magic hidden within a simple pack of cards!

There have been accusations that the modelling used to project the course of the pandemic was too pessimistic. Are they justified? We look at a comparison of one of the main models to actual data.

We've all experienced turbulence, but nobody understands it properly. Here's why and what's being done about it.

Find out about the beautifully intuitive concept that lies at the heart of calculus.

This year's Abel Prize goes to the "true virtuoso" Dennis Sullivan.

Calculus has described our world for centuries. Now fractional calculus is providing the language to describe complex systems.

In some sense, all of maths should come under the label "logic", find out why!

When you let go of the notions of distance, area, and angles, all you are left with is holes.

Some clever maths helps to tell quickly if a new variant is on the rise.