## The Isaac Newton Institute: Creating eureka moments

What can last year's experiences tell us about the coming academic year?

A quick look at one of the most important theorems in number theory.

Machine learning makes many daily activities possible, but how does it work?

Whether you're lost on a mountainside, or training a neural network, you can rely on the gradient descent algorithm to show you the way!

Explore the maths behind machine learning and deep neural networks with this collection of short introductions and in-depth articles.

When trying to build an artificial intelligence, it makes sense to mimic the human brain. Artificial neurons do just that.

How to take the square root of a complex number — and discover a beautiful new surface in the process.

There are a million things in maths named after Leonard Euler. Here's a beautiful formula involving complex numbers.

As the Delta variant is worrying the UK, researchers from the JUNIPER consortium have published all they know about it.

The mathematical equations governing fluid flow may have no known solutions, but maths still has the answers!

How do you calculate your risk of catching an airborne disease?

Next month sees the 60th birthday of a famous algorithm called Quicksort. We explore its origin, its workings, and some other work of its inventor Tony Hoare.

Next month sees the 60th birthday of a famous algorithm called Quicksort. Its inventor Tony Hoare told us that it all started with bubbles.

Quicksort is a famous algorithm which celebrates its 60th birthday this year. We explore its clever workings.

Imagine a world without computer errors. Tony Hoare, inventor of the famous Quicksort algorithm, is working on making it possible.

Curves can be crazy, but asymptotes are nice and straight.

Can the virus that causes COVID-19 mutate into a vaccine-resistant strain? And if yes, what would this mean for our vaccination strategy?

In this podcast we ask two experts to explain the models that predict how the Earth's climate will behave in the future.

Where have the COVID-19 vaccines got us so far and where we are likely to be when the rollout is complete?

Mathematicians meet clinicians to challenge the NHS backlog on cardiovascular disease — find out more in this podcast!

What's the safest way to reopen schools? And can testing make things better?

In this podcast mathematician Cheryl Praeger and magician Will Houstoun reveal the maths and magic behind shuffling cards.

What is group theory and why is it such an exciting area of maths? Two experts explain.

Explore the mathematical study of symmetry with this collection of content, which includes short introductions, in-depth articles, a podcast, and some magic!

When things go round and round, a cyclic group may be just what you need!

Groups occur all over mathematics, so it makes sense to find a common language to talk about them all.

A journey into the maths of card shuffling gives us a great insight into how mathematicians work.

Want to shuffle like a professional magician? Find out how to shuffle perfectly, imperfectly, and the magic behind it.