One of the most exciting places in the mathematical world is the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INI), an international research centre and our neighbour here on the University of Cambridge's maths campus.

The INI attracts leading mathematical scientists from all over the world, and is open to all. We are proud to be collaborating with the INI to bring the cutting edge mathematics that is being done there to the general public. The following content is part of this collaboration.

Euromaths: Hugo Duminil-CopinWe celebrate the run-up to the European Congress of Mathematics (ECM) with an interview of Hugo Duminil-Copin, who previously won a prize at the ECM.

The murmuration conjecture: finding new maths with AI

Artificial intelligence is changing all our lives - even the lives of mathematicians. Yang-Hui He tells us about his exciting new conjecture that came about due to both artificial and human intelligence, and reveals patterns in the prime numbers that look like flocks of birds.

String theory: A promise from physics

Mathematics is an indispensable tool in physics, but can physics solve problem in maths? Find out more in this article.

String theory: Convincing mathematics

Find out how a theory from physics has provided tools for solving long-standing problems in number theory. And in turn how number theory helps solve the mystery of black holes.

Tying together black holes, quantum gravity and number theory

"The 20th century was the interaction of geometry and physics, and the 21st century is the interaction of number theory with physics." Find out why in our conversation with Yang-Hui He from the London Institute of Mathematical Sciences!

The art of maths and the maths of artIn this episode of Maths on the move we discuss the fascinating intersection of mathematics and art.

Makers of patterns: Mathematics and art

We explore some of our favourite content on the intersection of mathematics and art.

Ramanujan: Dream of the possible

In this episode we revisit an interview with Ken Ono about the remarkable Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, one of the most fascinating figures in the history of mathematics.

Celebrating spring with new shoots of mathematics

From tiling bathrooms to fooling cancer cells, and from new insights in topology to bringing research into the classroom — we hope you enjoy our April round-up!

Introducing the mathsci-comm network

We are very pleased to be launching this network for those working in, and with a stake in, communicating complex mathematics and data science to a variety of non-expert audiences.

The force awakens: Quantum collisionsCould there be a fifth force of nature hitherto unknown to science? Find out with physicist Ben Allanach in this episode of *Maths on the move*.

Take a minute to celebrate pi day!

Celebrate pi day with some of our favourite ideas from the mathematical sciences!