The beautiful rose curve has an odd pattern to the number of its petals – this student and teacher team explain why...

Do you like curves? The you'll love tricurves and their ghostly phantoms!

As we are well over half way through advent, we thought today we'd look towards the future of the Universe

Don't like trigonometry? Don't worry, here are three beautiful proofs of a well-known result that make do without it.

Henry Wilton has won a Whitehead Prize for work that combines geometry and algebra.

In this article we explores one of Leonhard Euler's most famous results.

How should people arrange themselves for maximal socialising at a safe distance?

You've heard of the golden ratio but have you heard of the silver ratio? And all its other cousins called the metallic numbers? Read this article to meet the family!

Spencer Becker-Kahn explains what minimal surfaces are and why he likes them.

For over 250 years minimal surfaces have been playing hide and seek with mathematicians. But what are they and why are they interesting?