Mathematics Mar 22
The rhythm with which individual sperm move could explain why some successfully fertilise the female egg and others fail, a new Oxford University collaboration has found. From studying the rhythmic movements, researchers at the Universities of York, Birmingham, Oxford and Kyoto University, Japan, have developed a mathematical formula which makes it easier to understand how sperm make the journey to fertilise an egg.
Computer Science - Mathematics Mar 13
Computer Science - Mathematics

Do spiders use their web as a computer? New research, led by the Universities of Bristol and Oxford, will look at spiders' webs to investigate their computational capabilities and based on this research they will develop new sensor technology to measure vibrations and flow.

Mathematics Feb 21

Our genes play a significant role in how anxious we feel when faced with spatial and mathematical tasks, such as reading a map or solving a geometry problem, according to a new study by researchers from King's College London.

Mathematics Mar 7

Infertility is taking its toll on relationships in Ghana. New research shows Ghanaian women who have problems conceiving are more likely to experience relationship breakdown.

Mathematics Jan 11

England has one of the lowest levels of post-16 mathematics engagement among developed countries, according to international comparisons.

Currently 65 jobs in field Mathematics.
Selected Jobs
Mathematics - 19.05
Professorship of Mathematical Finance University of Oxford
Mathematics - 19.05
Associate Professor of the Mathematics of Data Science University of Oxford
Medicine/Pharmacology - 04.05
Associate Professor of Medical Statistics and Clinical Trials University of Nottingham
Mathematics - 25.04
Professorship of Nonlinear Mathematical Science University of Cambridge