A hundred years ago, on 25 November 1915, Einstein first presented his general theory of relativity. We explore this famous theory and what it says about the world we live in.

Small, dark, and very hard to see. This and far more indepth answers to every question you ever wanted to ask about black holes.

Why do so many networks exhibit a similar kind of structure? It's because the rich tend to get richer!

Quantum computers often grab the science headlines. But what exactly is quantum computing? What will quantum computers be able to do, and when can we expect to have fully functional ones?

What is dark matter and how can the LHC find it?

How the maths that is used to predict earthquakes can help fight gang crime.

How a special kind of curve can keep your data safe.

Following on from our previous article about curvature of lines and surfaces, we now move up to curvature of their higher dimensional equivalent – manifolds.

El Niño is a climate event without equal, causing droughts, floods, hurricanes and typhoons around the globe. How can we understand and predict it?

Read about the rocky road to one of Einstein's greatest achievements: the general theory of relativity, which celebrates its centenary this year.

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