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As COP28, the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, kicks off we look at how maths can help understand the climate crisis.

How do you create dramatic film out of mathematics? We find out with writer and director Timothy Lanzone.

Mathematics plays a central role in understanding how infectious diseases spread. This collection of articles looks at some basic concepts in epidemiology to help you understand this fascinating and important field, and set you up for further study.

Find out why the formula we use to work out conditional probabilities is true!

- We talk about a play that explores the fascinating mathematical collaboration between the mathematicians GH Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan.

Time is like a winding river. Its shape taken by the relative differences in movement between objects. Objects that have more velocity (someone that flies in an airplane) compared to objects that stay still (a monk), means time passes quicker for the the person or object with frequent velocity. This doesnt mean time moves backwards for the monk, but instead it means the time stretches to allow for velocity within the the same time line. More importantly, time is not endless, instead it is stateless and we simply move through it rather than time moving. in other words, time is fixed and we percieve it by various means of measurements. The arrow of time is just the arrow of our own perception.