Celebrating the bicentenary of John Tyndall, one of Ireland’s most influential scientists
‘I’m hoping the pandemic will make it easier to slow down’
The world on a string – a primer
Cornelius Lanczos: Inspired by Hamilton’s quaternions
It all adds up: the ever-growing goals of googology
Are societies really ageing?
Academic freedom is under pressure in Irish universities
Why pooling expertise to tackle Covid-19 works
Sketches and spirals: When maths and art collide
New evidence emerges on decline of monarch butterflies
Viruses hijack living host cells, and then replicate themselves
Coronavirus: What does exponential growth mean?
William Reville: There are no shortcuts to high achievement
Coronavirus: Modelling the evolution of a viral outbreak
The Irishman who brought the humane drop to hanging
Australian bush fires were not caused by climate change alone
Using maths to reduce aircraft noise
Dead white men: What have they ever done for us?
Serendipity has played a prominent part in many scientific discoveries
The ‘extraordinary talent and superior genius’ of Sophie Germain
How William Harvey taught the world how the heart works
Pushing up the daisies . . . literally