Can physics shed new light on understanding language? Sanjaye Ramgoolam tells us about his exciting new approach that brings together theoretical physics, mathematics and computer science.

Can physics shed new light on understanding language? An exciting new approach that brings together theoretical physics, mathematics and computer science might give us a new way to capture what makes a language unique.

How do you make a stealth aircraft that's invisible to radar? An area of maths called random matrix theory holds the answer.

Imagine stepping inside your favourite painting, walking around the light-filled music room of Vermeer's "The Music Lesson" or exploring the chapel in the "Trinity" painted by Masaccio in the 15th century. Using the **mathematics of perspective**, researchers are now able to produce three-dimensional reconstructions of the scenes depicted in these works.