Straddling the boundary between pure and applied mathematics.
We celebrate with some of our favourite articles and interviews with female mathematicians and physicists from the last year.
You could help researchers understand the genetics, and potential links, between mathematical talent and autism.
David Spiegelhalter, one of our favourite experts on statistics, recently joined David Attenborough, Bill Bryson and other eminent contributors on the Royal Society's People of Science series. You can watch the video here.
Today is e day! Celebrate the lovely number e with some of our favourite articles on the topic.
Can a pint a day give you dementia? Yes, if reported claims of a recent study are to be believed, but no if you have a closer look at the data the study was based on.
In 1915 a cook in California accidentally infected 93 people with typhoid. Over 100 years on mathematicians shed light on a long-standing mystery surrounding this and other outbreaks of infectious diseases.
Mathematicians are celebrating the new year with a new discovery – the largest known prime number
Statistics professor John Aston has been appointed as the Home Office's new Chief Scientific Adviser.
Our colleague Becky Warren has been distracting us with her wonderful tiling puzzles...
Quantum particles that are both light and matter help solve infamous NP hard problems.
Promoting black mathematicians, and talking about building a more representative mathematical community.