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Contagious maths

How does maths help in tackling infectious diseases? Join Julia Gog to find out in this series of videos and articles, and have a go at modelling diseases yourself!

The mathematics of movement

The mathematics of movement can explain the behaviour of many organisms, from cells to humans. This collection of content explores some this maths and its applications.

Mathematics and justice

This collection of articles looks at mathematics relevant to law and justice.

The Plus advent calendar 2023

In this year's advent calendar we revisit some of our favourite episodes of our Maths on the move podcast. From the maths of chocolate to the maths of music, there's something here for everyone!

Climate change: How can maths help?

As COP28, the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, kicks off we look at how maths can help understand the climate crisis.

Building a theory of quantum gravity

This collection of articles looks at one of the biggest problems in modern physics and at research that aims to solve it.

Disease modelling for beginners

Mathematics plays a central role in understanding how infectious diseases spread. This collection of articles looks at some basic concepts in epidemiology to help you understand this fascinating and important field, and set you up for further study.

Creating a low carbon energy network

The UK is aiming for a decarbonised electricity supply by 2035. In this collection of articles we look at some of the mathematical, technical, and intellectual questions involved.

A richer view of the inside

The mathematics of tomography has revolutionised modern medicine by allowing us to see inside a person's body and saved countless lives. Now new mathematics is being developed to give us an even better view.

Telescope topology

This collection of articles explores a recent, exciting breakthrough in the field of topology.

Fermat's last theorem

To celebrate the anniversary of its proof, this collection of articles, podcasts and videos explores one of the most beguiling theorems in maths.

Multiple wave scattering

When waves scatter off many objects, things get incredibly complex.