Plus posters

Over the years Plus has created a number of posters, designed for display in classrooms, libraries and science festivals to enthuse and inspire students and readers and promote particular areas of Plus content.

The posters on this page are not available in hard copy. However, you are welcome to download PDF copies to print for yourself. Just click on the links under the images below.

There are several posters: there's a set of three 'Careers with Maths' posters, our original Plus poster, our 'Do you know what's good for you?' poster, promoting our project exploring the maths in the biomedical sciences, a 'Maths and Engineering' poster published as part of our Constructing Our Lives project funded by a Royal Academy of Engineering's Ingenious grant, and a set of four posters from our Researching the unknown project with Queen Mary University of London. You can also find our large collection of posters based on individual Plus articles produced with researchers from the University of Cambridge.

Note on copyright and permissions
We are happy for you to print out copies of the Plus posters for non-commercial use, at home or in a classroom, or at events such as maths fairs or university Open Days, but we retain copyright on all the posters, and you may not modify them in any way.

Plus articles for your wall

These posters provide brief versions of Plus articles – perfect for science festivals, open days and maths fairs! Find them all here.

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

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

  • How do you create dramatic film out of mathematics? We find out with writer and director Timothy Lanzone.

  • 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.

  • Find out why the formula we use to work out conditional probabilities is true!

  • We talk about a play that explores the fascinating mathematical collaboration between the mathematicians GH Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan.