The Isaac Newton Institute: Creating eureka moments
The mathematics of movement can describe the behaviour of all types of organisms, from cancer cells to humans.
The mathematics of movement can explain the behaviour of many organisms, from cells to humans. This collection of content explores some this maths and its applications.
It might sound like something from science fiction, but the holographic principle might help us answer the biggest problem in modern physics.
Entropy is the hero of our story – bringing together physics at every scale.
Come on a fantastic journey from some of our oldest ideas about physics to the biggest mystery of the modern age!
This collection of articles looks at mathematics relevant to law and justice.
Could AI help judges deliver fair and transparent sentences? A recent study group involving law experts and mathematicians explored the challenges involved.
We continue our exploration of the potential use of AI in sentencing.
Is your new face cream associated to getting spots? The odds ratio can help figure it out.
Find out about these important results that destroyed a mathematical dream.
In the final episode of Maths on the move for this year we revisit some 2023 highlights and look forward to next year.
Over the last few decades physicists have been developing a curious idea. Perhaps the world we inhabit is a hologram, lacking a crucial feature of the world as we perceive it: the third dimension.