To know how it works, see how it moves
The mathematics of movement can describe the behaviour of all types of organisms, from cancer cells to humans.
The mathematics of movement can describe the behaviour of all types of organisms, from cancer cells to humans.
How does maths help in tackling infectious diseases? Join Julia Gog to find out in this series of videos and articles, and have a go at modelling diseases yourself!
As COP28, the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, kicks off we look at how maths can help understand the climate crisis.
Don't like plant-based meat alternatives, but want to spare animals and the environment? There's hope on the horizon, aided by a good helping of maths.
Andrew Wiles's proof of Fermat's Last Theorem solved a centuries-old problem by opening a door onto the future of mathematics.
How can maths help to understand the Southern Ocean, a vital component of the Earth's climate system?
Predicting the weather requires a lot of physics, a lot of maths, and a whole lot of data. But with more data and computing power becoming available, artificial intelligence may be able to help.
Dispersion lies at the heart of many dramatic phenomena - explore the maths that explains it!
If a shape has equal sides and all 90 degree angles then it's a square, right? Well, wrong! Find out how to draw right-angled triangles and even pentagons in this short article.
Are you curious about maths and the world? Then explore plus.maths.org to stay connected with mathematics: from the maths of everyday life to the latest current research!
Explore the wonderful world where geometry meets algebra.
We're proud to announce the launch of a school curriculum and public engagement project which gives a hands-on experience of mathematical research and its benefits for society.
As part of our series of interviews with early career researchers, Kweku tells us why he enjoys statistics, life as an early career researcher, and about a favourite mathematical moment.
The Centre for Climate Repair has recently become our neighbour here at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cambridge. But what is climate repair? We talked to the Centre's Director to find out.
Could AI help judges deliver fair and transparent sentences? A recent study group involving law experts and mathematicians explored the challenges involved.
Here's a look at the shape that can tile the plane in a non-repetitive pattern — and some of the creative uses people have found for it.
This collection of articles looks at one of the biggest problems in modern physics and at research that aims to solve it.
Confused by some of the terms in the COVID inquiry? Learn about basic concepts in epidemiology in this collection of articles!