Mathematics - Jan 9
A new analysis of the 2011 census has revealed that social differences among city populations significantly influence how neighbourhoods take shape. Researchers hope that their insights could help councils to make better planning decisions. Dr Thilo Gross and Dr Edmund Barter in the Department of Engineering Mathematics at the University of Bristol, used a new algorithm to gain insight into city neighbourhood characteristics, starting with Bristol.
Mathematics - Sep 7, 2018

A senior lecturer from the University of Sussex has contributed to a book of brainteasers from BBC Radio 4's Today Programme, which published yesterday. The Today Programme Puzzle Book contains over 280 cryptic, linguistic and numerical brainteasers created by top mathematicians and logicians from around the country, including Dr Nicos Georgiou, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Sussex.

Mathematics - Environment - Aug 9, 2018
Mathematics - Environment

The location of road accidents is not random and they tend to be highly concentrated in urban areas, according to a new UCL study.

Mathematics - Careers - Aug 15, 2018

Universities must seek a deeper understanding of the drivers of inequality in job roles and academic ranks if they are to achieve change.

Life Sciences - Mathematics - Aug 6, 2018
Life Sciences - Mathematics

The question of why we sleep has been a longstanding subject of debate, with some theories suggesting that slumber provides respite for the brain, which allows it to filter out insignificant neural connections, build new ones, strengthen memories and even repair itself.

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Associate Professor / Professor of Pure Mathematics University College London
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Beyer Chair in Applied Mathematics University of Manchester