Inspired by The man who knew infinity, here's a review of G. H. Hardy's unrivalled masterpiece.

So easy to describe, yet so hard to prove.

Clever geometry produces materials that shrink when heated.

Computer scientists have made a breakthrough in the theory of cake cutting.

With all the trouble caused by quantum mechanics and people's attempt to construct a theory of everything, we might be better off defining an event without reference to time and space. It's easier than you might think!

The strange theory of quantum mechanics has turned our conception of reality on its head. This article explores how things become fuzzy in the microscopic world and what this means for our understanding of events.

Time and space form the stage on which events unfold. But what if the stage itself becomes part of the action? We take a brief tour through the history of space and time and see how ideas have changed since the time of Isaac Newton.

Mathematicians are working hard to understand an impenetrable proof of the famous ABC conjecture.