mathematics and the environment
Tosin uses maths to guarantee the continued production of chocolate.
The INTEGRAL project is using artificial intelligence to support the conservation of forests and make better, and healthier, planning decisions for our cities.
New techniques in artificial intelligence are helping assess the diversity of forests.
Using artificial intelligence to improve traffic, protecting the environment and human health.
If you want to climb vertical walls you need very large feet — or be as small as a gecko.
Sara Zahedi has won a prestigious prize at the European Congress of Maths. Your future medical diagnoses, and even the welfare of sea life, may depend on her work.
Can mathematics predict the inevitable consequences of climate change? And more importantly, can it suggest ways to reduce, or even prevent some of these consequences?
When the mathematician AK Erlang first used probability theory to model telephone networks in the early twentieth century he could hardly have imagined that the science he founded would one day help solve a most pressing global
problem: how to wean ourselves off fossil fuels and switch to renewable energy sources.