If you have ever been in an MRI scanner you'll appreciate David Donoho's work, which has revolutionised this imaging technique.

The furore around the MMR vaccine and autism has shown that vaccination can be an emotive issue. We talk to an expert about the math used to make sure it's safe.

How many times do we think of it a day? How many times we do it? And with how many people? Find out about the stats of sex with David Spiegelhalter.

Time is a problem, not just for you and me, but also for philosophers. What exactly is time? Why does it have a direction? And was there a beginning of time? Find out more in this podcast.

We revisit this year's Fields medals, which were awarded in Rio de Janeiro in August.

We explore infinity, from shock waves to black holes, and from Aristotle's ideas to Cantor's never-ending tower of infinities.

Find out how maths gave the Olympic cycling venue in London its elegant form.

It looks like an egg, it wriggles, and it shouldn't really exist: introducing the Gömböc.