# Articles

If you ignore exponentially small terms they can come back to bite you.

How a question about rainbows led to an entire field of mathematics.

Mathematicians from across maths and physics and around the world gathered to celebrate Sir Michael Atiyah.

We may be a little closer to a direct detection of dark energy thanks to a new result that came about, in a sense, by accident.

This inspiring conference featured speakers from Africa, the US, the Caribbean and the UK. Here are some highlights.

How can sporting events, concerts, or festivals be kept safe in the face of rising COVID-19 infections?

A quick introduction to an abstract concept that's useful in anything from genetics to cosmology.

Have you ever noticed the strange phenomenon of wheels appearing to move backwards while the vehicle is moving forwards? Aadit Jain explains why!

The organisers of a new INI programme explain why we need to know more about the maths behind machine learning and deep neural networks.