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Numberphile: Reynolds Number

Stopping the spread of oil pollution using Maths

 

 

Alessio Figalli (2018 Fields Medal) explains Optimal Transport

 

Numberphile: Navier-Stokes Equations

Building Squid Robots for Ocean Exploration

 

 

 

 

 

How do bees carry pollen?

The Heroes of Sir Michael Atiyah

 

 

 

 

Building bio-inspired vehicles to explore Mars

Simulating turbulence over canopies to improve air quality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How was the programming language Kotlin developed?

 

 

 

 

 

How do dandelions spread their seeds?

David Seifert – Oxford Maths Professor

Alessio Figalli (2018 Fields Medal) explains his career in Maths

 

 

 

 

Leo – 2nd year Oxford Maths student

 

 

Sir Michael Atiyah explains his love of Maths

 

How do citrus fruits create such a strong smell?

 

 

 

Dan – 3rd year Oxford Maths student

Levitating Objects on an Air Table

Diamor – 1st year Maths

How do Insects Walk on Water?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Koch Snowflake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do Bubbles Freeze?

 

 

Using maths to clean-up our oceans

How Strong is an Avalanche?

 

 

 

 

Brazil Nut Effect in Avalanches and Cereal

 

 

 

Alex Bellos Interviews Abel Prize Winner Robert Langlands

Martin Fourcade: the Science behind the Olympic Biathlon Skiing Champion

 

 

 

 

 

Nailing Science: The Maths of Rivers

 

Countdown Youngest Winner: Kai Laddiman

How to Make Water Music – Slap, Plunge, Plow!

Vortex Ring Collisions and Transition to Turbulence

How does Stone Skipping work?

Air Pollution Risk of Cooking Oil Droplets

How Plesiosaurs Ruled the Ocean using their Flippers

Alessio Figalli: 2018 Fields Medal Winner

2018 Abel Prize Laureate Robert Langlands: Theorems v Theories

Why do Bees Build Hexagons? Honeycomb Conjecture explained by Thomas Hales

Would Alien (Non-Euclidean) Geometry Break Our Brains?

Sir Michael Atiyah Riemann Hypothesis Proof Interview

Sir Michael Atiyah Riemann Hypothesis Proof

2018 Abel Laureate Robert Langlands

Oxplore: Could we live on another planet?

How can you show geometrically that 3 < π < 4?

Equations Stripped: Normal Distribution

Oxplore: Would it be better if we all spoke the same language?

What is the graph of x to the power x?

Equations Stripped: Logarithms

How many ping pong balls would it take to lift the Titanic from the ocean floor?

Equations Stripped: Newton’s Law of Gravity

What is the Gamma Function?

Equations Stripped: Wave Equation

How does Modular Arithmetic work?

Equations Stripped: Maxwell’s Equations

What are the most basic Mathematical Axioms?

Equations Stripped: Calculus from First Principles

What is the best way to win at the board game Monopoly?

BBC News: Maryam Mirzakhani’s Legacy

Equations Stripped: Euler’s Identity

What is the gravitational field of a hollow Earth?

Equations Stripped: Navier-Stokes

How long would it take for an object to sink to the bottom of the ocean?

Naked Maths Trailer

What is the probability that I have the same PIN as someone else?

I Love Mathematics

School of Hard Sums II

School of Hard Sums

Pi Day

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