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Life Sciences - Mathematics - 30.05.2024
How the Dalmatian got its spots
How the Dalmatian got its spots
For the first time, scientists will explore the causes of the breed's signature patterning, with implications for our understanding of all developing mammals.

Health - Mathematics - 30.05.2024
Statisticians call for rigour and transparency in the evaluation of diagnostic tests
Report published today includes recommendations designed to establish robust processes for diagnostic tests Recommendations designed to reframe the evaluation of in vitro diagnostic tests have been published today by the Royal Statistical Society in its Series A journal.

Mathematics - Pedagogy - 03.05.2024
Imperial hosts inaugural research project finale for maths school students

Mathematics - 25.03.2024
Wrappers Delight: The Easter egg-quation you never knew you needed

Mathematics - Environment - 12.03.2024
£46m PhD boost as three Centres for Doctoral Training funded at Imperial

Innovation - Mathematics - 12.03.2024
University of Glasgow wins support for groundbreaking new Centres for Doctoral Training

Mathematics - 07.03.2024
UKDS past events

Mathematics - 01.03.2024
New publication!

Mathematics - Health - 19.02.2024
New Cambridge-developed resources help students learn how maths can help tackle infectious diseases
Cambridge mathematicians have developed a set of resources for students and teachers that will help them understand how maths can help tackle infectious diseases.

Mathematics - Health - 19.02.2024
New Cambridge-developed resources bring infectious diseases into the maths classroom
Cambridge mathematicians have developed a set of resources for students and teachers that will help them understand how maths can help tackle infectious diseases.

Mathematics - 23.01.2024
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology
Research by Dr Alex Cernat , Dr Hafsteinn Einarsson and Professor Natalie Shlomo from Social Statistics has highlighted new methods to improve the accuracy of cross-national surveys.

Health - Mathematics - 28.11.2023
Opinion: COVID inquiry heard Boris Johnson 'struggled' with graphs - here are some tips
Opinion: COVID inquiry heard Boris Johnson ’struggled’ with graphs - here are some tips
In the wake of Sir Patrick Vallance's evidence at the Covid inquiry, Professor James Cheshire (UCL Geography) and Rob Davidson (UCL Political Science) explain how scientists can create better data visualisations to help policymakers grasp statistics in The Conversation.

Mathematics - Campus - 06.10.2023
Bath PhD graduate becomes first woman from Paraguay with a Maths PhD

Mathematics - Social Sciences - 15.09.2023
US teenagers more likely than others to exaggerate their maths abilities
US teenagers more likely than others to exaggerate their maths abilities
American teenagers are more likely than any other nationality to brag about their maths ability, according to a new study by UCL researchers.

Mathematics - 14.09.2023
Office for National Statistics, the Department for Work and Pensions, NatCen and University College London

Physics - Mathematics - 13.09.2023
John Cardy awarded Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics
John Cardy awarded Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics

Mathematics - 12.09.2023
The University of Manchester offers new scholarships in Mathematics to improve access to postgraduate study

Mathematics - Campus - 07.09.2023
Imperial launches sixth form maths school aimed at under-represented students
Imperial launches sixth form maths school aimed at under-represented students

Campus - Mathematics - 17.08.2023
A-level results: Congratulations to Oxford’s new students

Mathematics - 03.08.2023
How many lottery tickets do you need to buy to guarantee a win? Manchester’s mathematicians find the answer
Mathematicians at The University of Manchester have answered the question: How many lottery tickets do you need to buy to guarantee wining something on the UK National Lottery?

Mathematics - Life Sciences - 06.07.2023
Exciting new book helps prepare readers for the unexpected
A new book by Dr Kit Yates discusses how we make predictions, how they can go wrong, and how we can use maths to act as a guide to avoid the pitfalls.

Campus - Mathematics - 23.06.2023
Students graduate at first full in-person Birmingham-Guangzhou ceremony
Students graduate at first full in-person Birmingham-Guangzhou ceremony

Mathematics - 09.06.2023
Where are low-carbon places made? Conceptualising and studying infrastructure junctions and the power geometries of low-carbon place-making
Where are low-carbon places made? Conceptualising and studying infrastructure junctions and the power geometries of low-carbon place-making

Mathematics - 05.05.2023
Prof David Silvester elected 2023 SIAM Fellow
Prof David Silvester elected 2023 SIAM Fellow

Mathematics - Environment - 23.03.2023
Podcast: Supersonic flight, toxic pet treatments, and fighting TB with maths

Mathematics - Health - 07.03.2023
Scientist strikes silver for maths display in Parliament
Scientist strikes silver for maths display in Parliament

Economics - Mathematics - 02.02.2023
New maths research to bring big benefits for business, industry, and the public
A new research programme will develop new ways of extracting useful information from particular types of huge, complex datasets.

Mathematics - 17.01.2023
Manchester appoints Malwina Luczak with Leverhulme International Professorship win
Manchester appoints Malwina Luczak with Leverhulme International Professorship win

Mathematics - 12.01.2023
Mathematics to age 18: unrealistic ambition or sensible step forward?

Mathematics - 15.12.2022
Stefan Güttel awarded 2023 ILAS Taussky-Todd Prize
Stefan Güttel awarded 2023 ILAS Taussky-Todd Prize

Event - Mathematics - 13.12.2022
Manchester AI Fun team attends NeurIPS conference

Pedagogy - Mathematics - 30.11.2022
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
It's estimated that six percent of children are affected with dyscalculia, the persistent difficulty in understanding numbers, and researchers from UCL's Institute of Education share strategies in The Conversation to support them and help them succeed in maths.

Mathematics - 19.10.2022
Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw lecture by Professor Kevin Buzzard: Will computers replace mathematicians?

Mathematics - Campus - 06.10.2022
Applications welcomed for Imperial mathematics sixth form school opening in 2023
Applications welcomed for Imperial mathematics sixth form school opening in 2023

Mathematics - Campus - 29.09.2022
Imperial partners with the Martingale Foundation to create maths scholarships

Mathematics - Physics - 25.08.2022
Leeds mathematician elected to distinguished fellowship 
Leeds mathematician elected to distinguished fellowship 

Campus - Mathematics - 06.07.2022
Bath retains 1st place in England in NSS 2022 when comparing Guardian University Guide institutions
Bath retains 1st place in England in NSS 2022 when comparing Guardian University Guide institutions

Mathematics - 05.07.2022
Oxford Mathematician James Maynard awarded Fields Medal 2022
Oxford Mathematician James Maynard awarded Fields Medal 2022

Mathematics - 01.06.2022
Nick Higham to give International Congress of Mathematicians lecture
Nick Higham to give International Congress of Mathematicians lecture

Pedagogy - Mathematics - 27.05.2022
Top-rated educational maths apps may not be best for children's learning
Top-rated educational maths apps may not be best for children’s learning
The top 25 maths apps for children under five-years-old do not reflect best practices on how children learn and develop their early mathematical skills, according to a new report from IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society.

Mathematics - 24.05.2022
Ehud Hrushovski joint winner of this year's Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences
Ehud Hrushovski joint winner of this year’s Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences

Mathematics - Life Sciences - 26.04.2022
Cambridge academics win European Research Council Advanced Grants
Nine Cambridge academics have won Advanced Grants awarded by the European Research Council (ERC). This is the greatest number of grants won by a UK institution in the 2021 round of funding.

Mathematics - 21.03.2022
Social Statistics Lecturer contributes to an evaluation of a government policy aimed at improving maths education and learning

Mathematics - 22.02.2022
Research by Social Statistics staff on food insecurity and the costs of essential goods and services cited in The Independent

Mathematics - 17.02.2022
Prof William Parnell to give 2022 BAMC plenary lecture

Mathematics - 23.01.2022
Alexandru Cernat appointed chair of the Social Statistics Section of the Royal Statistical Society

Mathematics - History / Archeology - 10.01.2022
One in 16 million win is the most improbable FA Cup third round shock in 50 years
One in 16 million win is the most improbable FA Cup third round shock in 50 years
Mathematicians from the Institute for Mathematical Innovation have calculated the overall probability of lower league teams reaching the 3rd round of the FA Cup Ahead of the third round of this seaso

Mathematics - 01.12.2021
An investigation of academic perspectives on the ’circular economy ’using text mining and a Delphi study

Mathematics - 26.10.2021
Nick Higham awarded the 2022 Hans Schneider Prize

Mathematics - 20.10.2021
Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Public Lecture 2021
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