In this, the last episode of Maths on the move for this year, we look back on 2023 and forward to 2024. We talk about some highlights in our coverage of this year's mathematics, and some of the exciting things to come next year. It's a crazy journey featuring breakthroughs in pure maths, the maths of music and Ed Sheeran, renewable energy sources, the maths of justice, and the epidemiology of climate change.
We hope you enjoy this final episode of the year and wish you all the best for next year! And remember: no matter how hard a piece of mathematics might be, there's always something in it that everyone can relate to!
To find out more about the topics mentioned in this episode see
- Fermat's last theoem
- Telescope topology
- From clicks to chords, the article and the the podcast
- Creating a low carbon energy network
- A 60% chance of rain: our podcast episode featuring climate scientist Tim Palmer
- Climate change and ready meals: Challenges for epidemiologists