Calculus has long been key to describing the world. Now fractional calculus is providing new ways of describing complex systems.
This year's Abel Prize goes to the "true virtuoso" Dennis Sullivan.
When you let go of the notions of distance, area, and angles, all you are left with is holes.
Whether you are a bird hunting caterpillars or a neuron processing information, the marginal value theorem helps you maximise your bang per buck.
The maths behind the S-curves that allow us to tell if a new variant is on the rise.
How to tell quickly if a new variant is on the rise.
We start the party by delving into the fascinating world of game theory.
Early career researchers have presented their work to politicians at the Houses of Parliament.
Game theory suggests that sharing vaccine doses might give a selfish, as well as moral, advantage.
We celebrate by revisiting some of the articles and podcasts we have produced with female mathematicians over the last year.
A new model of the formation of the Moon's crust finally explains the diversity and range of ages of rocks found on the lunar surface.
New techniques in artificial intelligence are helping assess the diversity of forests.