mathematical modelling

Predicting the weather is hard. It requires a lot of physics, a lot of maths, and a huge amount of computing power. Can AI help?

Clouds make the weather, yet their detail isn't taken into account in weather forecasts. Artificial intelligence might be able to help.

Predicting the weather is hard. With more data and computing power becoming available, artificial intelligence can help.

How does your phone know what the weather's going to be like?

What can we learn from the COVID crisis about finding consensus?

How does your weather app know the percentage chance of rain? It's down to ensemble forecasting!

We talk to world-leading climate scientists Tim Palmer about climate and weather, the science of uncertainty, and why there needs to be a CERN for climate change.

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

Where do the magnetic fields of planets and stars come from?

Discover the fascinating maths behind rainbows, rogue waves and many more applications that is being explored by researchers at the INI

Tosin uses maths to guarantee the continued production of chocolate.

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