"Find problems you enjoy, and just work on them. It doesn't matter if you never solve them." We speak to Andrew Wiles on the 30th anniversary of his announcing the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.
A mathematical, and personal, look into how we all had to balance the different harms of the virus and the steps we took against it.
We love talking to young researchers and laureates at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum, and this year we produced a daily video diary to take everyone behind the scenes of this special digital HLF.
In this short video Clement Twumasi tells us about his work helping to understand a parasite that has been decimating fish populations around he world.
In this short video Briane Paul Samson tells us about his work developing intelligent algorithms to help us navigate on busy roads.
In this short video Yasmeen George talks to us about her work using machine learning to help diagnose disease from medical images.
Tosin Babasola tells us about his work using maths to model the effects of climate change on cocoa production.
Spencer Becker-Kahn explains what minimal surfaces are and why he likes them.
Christian tells us how geometry can help improve methods for solving differential equations.
Harini talks about how work investigating the interaction of light and matter on the nanoscale, and some important applications.
Sophie tells us how computer algorithms that, in theory, are hopelessly inefficient, perform extraordinary well in practice.