• A braid


    Braids appear spontaneously in both topology and category theory, for reasons that turn out to reveal deep connections between these subjects.

  • Patterns of thermal convection.

    Thermal convection

    Thermal convection is one of the simplest pattern forming spatially extended systems.

  • Network Meta-Analysis

    Shade plot

    Shade plot for P-values for all pairwise contrasts for a network meta-analysis.

  • A deformation of a singularity


    The space of deformations of a singularity carries the structure of a Frobenius manifold.

  • Wavelet analysis of river flows


    Results from a wavelet analysis of daily maximum river flows and their relationships with climate drivers.

  • Modular forms

    Tree for modular group 2

    Tree for modular group

  • Statistics with a human face

    Baby face

    Stereo-cameras can provide high resolution data on surfaces such as faces and statistical methods provide a means of analysing the shape information.

  • Quiz software


    The "Model Choice" and "Testing Statistics" software are web-based multiple-choice systems with a focus on detailed feedback to learners.

  • Multi-scale modelling of heart

    Ventricle model

    A left ventricle model with normal vectors on the endocardial surface.

  • Host-parsitoid coinvasion

    Integrodifference model

    Integrodifference models of host-parasitoid interactions give rise to a wide range of travelling wave dynamics.

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