Martin Hairer – winner of the 2014 Fields Medal – explains his work in probability theory using the randomness of a cup of tea…

Produced by Tom Crawford, with thanks to Martin Hairer, the Isaac Newton Institute, and Mario Matos.

Maths, but not as you know it…

Martin Hairer – winner of the 2014 Fields Medal – explains his work in probability theory using the randomness of a cup of tea…

Produced by Tom Crawford, with thanks to Martin Hairer, the Isaac Newton Institute, and Mario Matos.

Would it be better if we all spoke the same language? Live debate with Oxplore – Oxford University’s digital outreach portal. Watch me try to convince some linguists that Maths is indeed a language and also our best bet of communicating with aliens…

I strip back some of the most important equations in maths so that everyone can understand…

Newton’s Law of Gravity not only explained why apples fall to the ground, it also laid the foundations for modern-day physics by using equations to describe the world around us.

I strip back some of the most important equations in maths layer by layer so that everyone can understand…

This time it’s the turn of calculus – one of the most important equations in maths which is used to model almost everything in the universe…

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How would gravity behave if the Earth had a hollow centre? Using Gauss’s Flux Theorem we can work out the answer…

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