## Exponential Growth and Epidemics

With all that is happening with Covid-19, perhaps relevant to remind ourselves about exponential growth.

With all that is happening with Covid-19, perhaps relevant to remind ourselves about exponential growth.

The two videos below were made a few years ago to support a Science Communication and Group Project module at the School of Physics Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire. The work was supported by the Institute of Physics and… Read More »Science Communication – Technical Writing and Presentation Advice

The videos below were made a few years ago to support a Science Communication and Group Project module at the School of Physics Astronomy and Mathematics at the University of Hertfordshire. The work was supported… Read More »Screencasting with Macs and PCs

This is a video I made a few years ago to encourage my students to use better tools to write dissertations, thesis and reports that include the use of mathematics. The principles stand, although the… Read More »Structured Documents in LaTeX

This is a video I made a few years ago to encourage my students to use better tools to write dissertations, thesis and reports that include the use of mathematics. The principles stand, although the… Read More »LaTeX for writing mathematics – An introduction

This is pure magic: Byrne’s Euclid by Nicholas Rougeux BYRNE’S EUCLID THE FIRST SIX BOOKS OF THE ELEMENTS OF EUCLID WITH COLOURED DIAGRAMS AND SYMBOLS A reproduction of Oliver Byrne’s celebrated work from 1847 plus… Read More »Byrne’s Euclid

A reblog from Quanta Magazine: https://www.quantamagazine.org/quantas-year-in-math-and-computer-science-2018-20181221/ Several mathematicians under the age of 30, and amateur problem-solvers of all ages, made significant contributions to some of the most difficult questions in math and theoretical computer science.… Read More »The Year in Math and Computer Science

Celebrating π day at the office thanks to the nice people of people.io

Arriving home and finding my new copy of Mathematics Today. Perfect timing!