To celebrate international women's day we bring you some favourite articles from the last year that have been written by (or with major input from) women.
Patterns in a 87 million-year-old rock formation suggest that our solar system is chaotic.
The Nobel Prize winning economist showed that no voting system is perfect.
A new study suggests that monkeys have a basic grasp of probabilities.
Physicists have discovered evidence that our Universe might be a giant hologram.
Write an article, make a movie, or do a multi-media presentation to explore the world of maths and win prizes! Competition is open to 11 to 19 year-olds.
New research suggests that our trusty companion may not have been the Earth's first, but formed from several smaller moonlets.
The self-taught genius would have turned 129 in December.
If you want to climb vertical walls you need very large feet — or be as small as a gecko.
The twelve sides of the new £1 coin make it trickier than other coins.
Mathematicians have proved a new result in the field of combinatorics.
Music, cakes and mathematical horses...Alison Kiddle reports on this year's MathsJam.