Count down to Christmas with maths!
Where do the magnetic fields of planets and stars come from?
Discover the fascinating maths behind rainbows, rogue waves and many more applications that is being explored by researchers at the INI
Tosin uses maths to guarantee the continued production of chocolate.
If you've ever marvelled at a rainbow, you have witnessed dispersion in action!
Ripples on a pond, the swell of ocean waves, your favourite song – these can all be described using sine waves. But how do we describe a sine wave?
A fly on the ceiling inspired the coordinate system you might remember from school.
From trigonometry to waves.
It's a good question with a fascinating answer.
If a shape has equal sides with 90 degree angles between them then it's a square, right? Well, not quite...
PhD student Tamara Grossmann tells us about her work on image analysis.
There are several ways in which it can and studies suggest they could be safe and effective.