Mysterious magnetism: From the Earth to the stars

Why does the Earth, as well as other planets and stars, have a magnetic field?

Welcome to the World Cup!

Amidst all the controversy of the FIFA World Cup 2022 there is also some football to be played. And where there's football, there's maths...

From rainbows to rogue waves

Dispersion lies at the heart of many dramatic phenomena - explore the maths that explains it!

Happy Ada Lovelace day 2022!

We celebrate this year's Ada Lovelace day with a selection of podcasts featuring some of the many women we have worked with over the years.

2022 International Congress of Mathematicians

Here's our coverage from the International Congress of Mathematicians 2022, including the Fields Medals and other prizes.

The calculus of the complex

Calculus has long been key to describing the world. Now fractional calculus is providing new ways of describing complex systems.

Explore: Differential equationsOne thing that will never change is the fact that the world is constantly changing, and differential equations are the way we mathematically describe the changing world around us.
Logically speaking...

In some sense, all of maths should come under the label "logic", and in this collection of articles we try to explain why.

INTEGRAL: Seeing the world through new eyes

The INTEGRAL project is using artificial intelligence to support the conservation of forests and make better, and healthier, planning decisions for our cities.

Kinetic theory

If it's moving and shaking you need kinetic theory!

Proof by picture!

When it comes to doing maths, a picture can be worth a thousand equations.

What are probability distributions?

Here's an introduction and some examples.

  • Want facts and want them fast? Our Maths in a minute series explores key mathematical concepts in just a few words.