Mathematics and supercomputers can help predict one of the most complex systems on planet Earth.
Advanced mathematical techniques allow us to reconstruct three-dimensional images for solid objects like your head.
The internet consists of millions of conneted computers and devices. We need mathematics to navigate this network!
Equations can help us predict how the outbreak of a new disease might spread over time, and evaluate different responses.
How can we represent the spherical surface of the Earth on a flat, two-dimensional map?
Mathematics can fill in the gaps caused by scratches and dust on the surface of CDs or DVDs.
Whenever you send an email or use a credit card online, prime numbers help you keep your information safe.
Engineers need mathematics to construct stable bridges that can withstand wind, as well as vibrations caused by driving or walking.
Mathematical codes allow the waveforms of sounds and music to be converted into numbers that can be stored on digital devices.
Can mathematics help us understand the origin and future of the universe?
How do you calculate the probability of winning games with cards or dice, or determine the best strategy?
Every day millions of containers boxes letters and parcels are transported around the world. A logistical task impossible without mathematics.
How can we build skyscrapers that can withstand storms and even earthquakes?