The impact of GPS on our lives is celebrated with the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering.
Sir Michael Atiyah dies aged 89.
Researchers have shown that the fates of our collective memories, whether of a song, a research paper, an invention or a sports star, are all described by the same mathematical equation.
A new prime number with nearly 25 million digits was discovered just in time for Christmas.
Fields medallist Caucher Birkar tells us about his work and his unusual mathematical journey.
Revolutionary laser tools that have changed our lives have won the Nobel prize in physics.
We talk to Jack Thorne about his lecture at the ICM 2018 and his work "faceting the gem stone" in number theory.
Clément Mouhot tells us about his work trying to understand some of the most beautiful structures in mathematics and physics.
We talk to Ivan Smith, invited lecturer at the ICM 2018, about his work and what he likes about the Congress.
We talk to June Barrow-Green about the history of women in mathematics.
We talk to Nalini Joshi about her mathematics, the International Mathematical Union, and her work in supporting women in mathematics.
We talk to two of the organisers of the ICM 2022 in Saint Petersburg.