In this episode of *Maths on the move* we look at some favourite pieces of maths we have worked on so far this year. From a revolutionary new tile to new insights in topology, and from fooling cancer cells to bringing mathematical research into the classroom, we hope there's something interesting there for everyone.

To find out more about the topics mentioned in this episode see the following articles:

- A tip of the hat: Celebrating an aperiodic monotile — meeting the discoverers of the hat
- Contagious maths — bringing epidemiological research into the classroom
- The mathematics of movement — what do cancer cells, birds, and whales have in common (and can a slime mould be intelligent)?
- Outraged by not knowing— new insights in topology with Oscar Randal-Williams

To find out more about our work with the JUNIPER network of disease modellers see here and to find out more about our work with the maths4DL research project see here.

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