Fred Morstatter talks to us about biases in social media data and how to avoid them.

In this short clip the Fields medallist tells us about his bad marks at school and his fascinatingly eclectic work as a mathematician.

PhD student June Park talks to us about geometry and number theory.

PhD student Demian Goos talks to us about his work on qunatum mechanics.

The "quantum mechanic" talks about how quantum computers might impact society and the limits of measurement.

PhD student Soukayna Mouatadid talks to us about machine learning and climate change.

PhD student Thomas Vogt tells us about his work in brain imaging.

Ahmer Wadee explains how to keep tall structures from buckling under their own weight.

Engineer Paul Shepherd explains the famous arch and drops some eggs.

Furniture designer Charles Trevelyan talks about the importance of maths in designing structures that are not only beautiful but also strong.

Gabriela González, former Spokesperson of LIGO, explains gravitational waves, what it was like to discover them, and what they might tell us about the Universe.

How does LIGO detect gravitational waves? Here is a quick introduction.

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  • PhD student Daniel Kreuter tells us about his work on the BloodCounts! project, which uses maths to make optimal use of the billions of blood tests performed every year around the globe.