2018 is the centenary of a mathematical result that changed the character of physics.
The great thing about geometry is that you can sometimes prove things using pictures. Enjoy these three great visual proofs of Pythagoras' theorem!
Having trouble with algebra? Then try these visual proofs of two well-known algebraic identities.
How to arrange oranges in higher dimensions.
Tracing the path of invading species using a famous problem in graph theory.
Are you bored with 1 to 12? Then have a look at these mathematical clock faces!
Escaping the tyranny of the straight line.
Atomic clocks are the best time keepers, but need to be kept incredibly cold. Paradoxically, the cooling is achieved by shining light on them.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that isn't regulated by any kind of central authority. The structure which allows this decentralisation is called blockchain. But how, and how well, does it work?
What do statisticians do in the pharmaceutical industry?
Mathematicians like to think that their field transcends politics, but as this brief history of the International Congress of Mathematicians shows, international mathematics has always been coloured by world events.
A quick introduction to transcendental numbers, a famous problem which relates to them, and how the person who solved it became a victim of political tensions.