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## Articles

- Maths focused work experience for school age pupils
- Valentine’s Day Maths – Linked Möbius Hearts
- Search Algorithms - Helping Tesco’s online customers find what they're looking for
- The Black Heroes of Mathematics
- The mathematics of football
- An Interview with Maria Bruna – L’Oréal-UNESCO Fellow
- **Winners Announced** 2016 Poster Competition - Everyday Maths
- 9 Maths skills you need to win the Great British Bake Off
- Advancing medical imaging with the help of mathematics
- Work Experience during a Maths Degree
- Big Data Careers: An overview of a growth area for mathematical jobs
- What’s the largest number in the world?
- The Maths inside the Twelve Days of Christmas
- Where do maths graduates actually work?
- Posters and Resources from Maths in a Box
- How Paralympic athletes are compared using maths
- Five different careers that use maths
- Posau mathemateg gan Gareth Roberts
- Maths Puzzles by Gareth Roberts
- Understand everyday maths with Citizen Maths
- Cakes, Custard and Category Theory: Easy recipes for understanding complex maths - review
- Summer e16+ puzzle
- MathsCareers National STEM learning centre lists
- Understanding plant growth with the help of mathematics
- Tesco-IMA Maths Career Information Day
- Tackling child malnutrition using mathematics
- **Winners Announced** Visualising Data Poster Competition
- The Rolls-Royce Science Prize
- Valentine’s Day Mathematics
- Bitcoin - The currency built with mathematics
- Measuring the weather
- Easter holiday puzzle - Problem solving mathematics
- The maths of online dating
- June Puzzle - Waiting for an Elevator.
- The Secrecy Scare
- Where would the world be without mathematics?
- Five ordinary things powered by maths
- Percolating Possibilities
- Motorway mathematics
- Career profiles
- Simon Jenkins gets owned by Maths
- Olympic Maths
- Cube Puzzle Challenge
- An afternoon of Mathematics at Kings College London, for pupils aged 16+
- IMA eStudent Scheme
- e16+ Newsletter
- Join the IMA
- The mathematics of crowds
- How mathematics helps solve murders
- Puzzle of the month (October 2015)
- Puzzle of the month (December 2015)
- Platonic Solids
- Taxicab Geometry
- Valuing Diversity within the Mathematical Community
- Maths Careers & Citi Money Gallery poster competition
- Pick's theorem
- Bridges of Königsberg and Graph Theory
- e16+ spring puzzle
- Tower of Hanoi
- Euler's Formula
- Imaginary Numbers
- 10 shape names to impress your teacher with
- Puzzle of the month (August 2015)
- Puzzle of the month (September 2015)
- Puzzle of the month (November 2015)
- Communications
- Reviews of Popular Mathematics Books
- 10 reasons for studying algebra
- Poster Competition 2015
- Calculating Pi (π)
- How the tiger got its stripes
- The butterfly effect and the maths of chaos
- The mathematics of Rabbit Island
- How many times can you fold a sheet of paper?
- Epidemic emergency – the fight against Ebola
- Hazel Lewis
- Erdős Numbers
- Maths matters
- Career Calculator
- Do any two people in London have the same number of hairs on their head?
- Shape folding videos
- Book Reviews by students and pupils
- What can Maths do for me?
- Who employs mathematicians?
- History of maths – 10 questions to test your knowledge
- Puzzle of the month (July 2015)
- Voting Now Closed - Vote for your favourite poster competition (in association with Good Housekeeping Magazine)
- LMS Popular Lecture Series
- Engineering in action
- Mathematics in Space - Poster Competition 2014/15
- 9988
- O.R. Society videos
- Thinking about teaching Mathematics?
- Five famous female Mathematicians
- Millennium Prize Problems
- National HE STEM Programme Videos
- Engineering in action - booklet & links
- More career profiles and interviews
- More maths grads
- Some videos
- The Large Maths Outreach and Careers Kit
- Adult learners career profiles
- Age is just a number posters
- Undergraduates
- How to write a standard CV
- How to write an academic CV
- Maths: A matter of life or death
- How to conduct a successful interview
- STEM alumni career profiles
- Past competitions
- Looking for a career change?
- Maths Careers – with Rachel Riley
- Finding a job
- What employers want and what you can offer
- Universities currently offering Maths degrees
- What's the biggest number?
- Industrial Mathematics Case Studies
- Free Maths Apps
- Worksheets from What's the point DVD
- Graduates
- What do maths and stats graduates do?
- Essentials of Numeracy For All
- Postgraduate study
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- Rubik’s Cube
- Video resources
- Mangahigh Maths Games
- National Numeracy
- The STEM Equality and Diversity toolkit
- HEI Curriculum Research
- Help me find ...
- Developing and enhancing student STEM communicator models
- Age is just a number - Puzzle answers
- Origamaths
- The price is right
- Trouble in coral city
- The number-one crime fighter
- One, two, three...fore!
- Non-Newtonian fluids
- Needle in a world wide haystack
- Feedback
- Navigation by numbers
- Multiple exposures
- Monty Hall Problem
- Tips on tips
- Travelling salesperson problem
- Why don't we see in X-rays?
- High jump and pole vault
- How does MP3 compression work?
- Whale watching
- Over the rainbow
- Vampire Numbers
- Weighing the world
- Waste not, want not
- What are you drinking?
- What day is it?
- What goes around, comes around
- What has just one side and gets in a twist?
- What makes a computer a computer?
- What time is it? From sundials to atomic clocks
- How to be statistically savvy
- Twist and shout
- Life without a calculator
- Leaving messy footprints
- Knot just a piece of string
- Juggling the numbers
- Journey to another dimension
- Careers: actuary, risk manager
- Keep a weather eye
- Loan sharks and loan stars
- How to have a healthy sex life
- Is it ever 'only a game'?
- Keeping an eye on the ball
- Is it gonna blow?
- Making business better
- Making monsters
- Martial Maths
- Monopoly
- Million-year-old maths
- Microwave ovens
- Metals in the food chain
- Mental arithmetic
- Maths in motion
- Showing You’re Working - The Maths Alumni Project
- Long jump
- Mathematical proof
- How round is your money?
- On the way to Wembley
- Picture imperfect
- Problem with a capital P
- Quantum computation
- Racing with ratios
- Randomness at work
- Reaching new heights
- The hunter and the hunted
- The harmony of numbers
- The lady with the lamp
- Sign on the dotted line
- Scalpel… forceps… maths
- Restoring features, repairing lives
- Selling the future
- The zombies are coming
- The first computer programme
- Solving crime with science and maths
- Solved at Last
- Key messages
- Smashing up the universe
- The foundation of Communism
- The footballing mathematicians
- Supply and demand
- Some maths, one vote
- The father of modern physics
- The encryption factor
- Statistically safe sex
- The answer is blowing in the wind
- Taking Earth's temperature
- Symmetry, geometry … dance?
- Swing when you're winning
- Randomness in the stock market
- Ratios make baking a piece of cake
- Why is the sky blue?
- Wi-Fi hotshot
- What use is maths for everyday tasks?
- Alan Turing
- What use is maths in studying?
- What's in a maths-based degree?
- Fractions, percentages and binary notation
- What use is maths in getting a job?
- Calculus, analysis, and dynamical systems
- Practical Applications of Algebra
- Alan Turing (1912-1954)
- Geometry
- Help me find ... a course
- Help me find an institution
- What use is maths in everyday life?
- The maths within... robots
- Shapes and Space
- Linear Equations
- What do statisticians do all day?
- Statistics and probability
- Logic
- Jonathan Hare's view on maths
- What professional bodies are there?
- Open days
- Why take a maths-based degree?
- The maths inside everything
- Science & Engineering: Who employs mathematicians?
- Health & Society: Who employs mathematicians?
- Business & Money: Who employs mathematicians?
- Environment: Who employs mathematicians?
- Who employs Operational Researchers?
- Proffiliau Gyrfa - Career Profiles
- Mpegs Mathemateg - Maths Mpegs
- How fast can we go?
- House prices
- Horsing around with measurements
- Golden numbers
- Going nowhere fast
- Get packing
- Get lost
- Get in the game
- Football fixtures: what’s the score?
- Flying through water
- Finding the lay of the land
- Figure drawing
- In the line of fire
- Fabrics and formulas
- F1 strategy and pit stops
- Explaining Mechanics with a Marble run
- Expanding Universe
- Evolution 2.0
- Everyone's a winner
- Euclid's Algorithm
- Escape velocities
- Driving faster than the speed of sound
- Do iPods really shuffle?
- Divine inspiration
- Design your own skate park
- Darts
- Cutting down on crime
- Cut it out and curl it up
- Crochet yourself a universe
- Counting to two
- Counting calories
- Communication in a digital world
- Colour calculations
- Close encounters of the mathematical kind
- Caring for the environment
- Acrobatic arithmetic
- Aircraft scheduling
- Birthday Paradox
- Budgeting for success
- Can numbers explain the universe?
- Bringing land back to life
- Bend it like Beckham
- Bargains and margins
- Topology
- A universal language
- A mathematical legacy
- A colourful problem
- A bug's life
- A beautiful equation
- The Maths Alumni Project - Message from Jackie Haggett
- The Maths Alumni Project - Message from Adam Elgar
- The Maths Alumni Project - Message from Celia Hoyles
- Jobs and Research Opportunities
- Vote for your favourite poster competition rules
- Open University – Patterns of Life (5 Videos)
- Secretary of State for Education speaks about science and maths

## Interviews

## Plus Magazine

- Career interview: Secondary maths teaching
- Career interview: Electronic engineer
- Career interview: Accountant
- Career interview: Meteorologist
- Career interview: Qualifications manager
- Career interview: Academic researcher
- Career interview: Actor and mathematician
- Career interview: Actuarial Researcher
- Career interview: Actuarial Student
- Career Interview: Actuary
- Career interview: Aerodynamicist
- Career interview: Application engineering manager, MathWorks
- Career interview: Architect
- Career interview: Audio software engineer
- Career interview: Avalanche researcher
- Career interview: Biomechanical engineer
- Career interview: Biomedical engineer
- Career interview: Brazil correspondent, The Economist
- Career interview: Business analyst
- Career interview: Business development manager - Smith Institute
- Career interview: Computer music researcher
- Career interview: Cost engineer
- Career interview: Defence analyst
- Career interview: Exhibition curator
- Career interview: Fashion designer
- Career interview: Fiction writer and maths editor
- Career interview: Film marketing analyst
- Career interview: Financial Engineer
- Career interview: Financial maths course director
- Career interview: Financial modelling
- Career interview: Fluid mechanics researcher
- Career interview: Freelance IT consultant
- Career interview: Furniture design
- Career interview: Games developer
- Career interview: Games developer
- Career interview: Government Statistician
- Career interview: IT project manager
- Career interview: IT project manager - Olympic Games
- Career interview: Mathematical modelling consultant
- Career interview: Mathematics educator and author
- Career interview: Maths editor
- Career interview: Maths student
- Career interview: Maths teacher
- Career interview: Medical statistician
- Career interview: Military air traffic controller
- Career interview: Performance engineer - Rolls Royce
- Career interview: Primary teacher
- Career interview: Project finance consultant
- Career interview: Research mathematician
- Career interview: Sales forecasting
- Career interview: Science communicator
- Career interview: Science communicator
- Career interview: Scientific data analyst, life science technology
- Career interview: Statistical consulting
- Career interview: Systems administrator
- Career interview: Systems engineer
- Career interview: The fastest mathematician on Earth
- Career interview: Theoretical physics researcher
- Career interview: Visual effects director

## Profiles

- Harsimrat Kaur, Marketing & Customer Insight Specialist
- Sebastian Damrich, economics & maths summer placement
- Ruth Amos - Inventor, Business Owner and Trustee
- Claire Burke, Climate Change Attribution Scientist
- Zoe Kelson, Mathematician and Business Development Manager
- Chloe Lawson-Duffy, Government Operational Research Service Fast Stream
- Sam Shepherd, summer placement in plant science
- Robyn Smith, Operational Research Fast Stream
- Artan Istrefi, Senior Associate - Private Equity
- Nira Chamberlain, Mathematical Modelling and Data Science
- Edward Norton, Business Analyst
- Richard Farleigh, maths graduate, entrepreneur, and Investor
- Matt Candy, inventor of the steam powered car
- Peter Cameron, professional mathematician
- Dave Collett, using statistics to save lives
- Lorna-Anne Reeve, Business Analyst
- NHS Industrial Placement – Waleed Backler
- Gareth Ffowc Roberts, Poblogeiddiwr mathemateg (Populariser of mathematics)
- Kevin Wagstaff, Head of the Counter Terrorism and Security Division, Dstl
- Justice Aheto, Researcher in Childhood Malnutrition
- Joe Fallon, Government Operational Research Service
- Philip Smedley
- Eva-Maria Graefe, Royal Society University Research Fellow
- Leonie Coverley, Management Accountant
- Nathan Turner, Gas Turbine Performance Engineer
- Sumitra Sribhashyam, PhD student in Management Science
- Dr. Max Little, Associate Professor of Mathematics
- Harry Biddle
- Fayezah Sayed
- Inspire the next generation of Mathematicians
- Jonathan Brooks-Bartlett, PhD Student, Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre
- Katie Chicot
- Benjamin Dias, Research Scientist
- Ben Saxby, FEA Software Engineer
- James Cheeseman
- Ellen Brooks-Pollock, Lecturer in Infectious Disease Modelling
- Dominic Thorrington
- David Sim
- Aaron Sugarman, Head of operational research (TUI Travel)
- Rob Hayden, Technical Sales Manager
- Clare Nasir
- Paul Johnston, Software developer
- Brian O'Connell, Geophysicist
- Jo Keefe and Katherine Byrne
- Pat Bellamy, Research statistician
- Noel Sharkey, Computer scientist
- Mark McCartney, Lecturer in Mathematics
- Kevin Young, Medical physicist and Chandni Mistry, Year 12 Student
- Keith Seffen, Senior lecturer in engineering
- Kay Johnson, Software Developer
- Jonathan Hare, Freelance scientist and science communicator
- Afzal Ismail, Audit Director
- Phil Carter and Paul Gardner, Members of the Finance Department at Unipart Manufacturing, and Peter Williams, Year 12 Student
- Vanessa Styles, Applied mathematics lecturer
- Sally Arkley, Director of the Women's Business Development Agency and Kiran Chand, Year 12 Student
- Steve Humble, Maths teacher
- Ruth Coleman, Medical Statistician
- Robin Hankin, Uncertainty analyst
- Rob Eastaway, Author and maths communicator
- Garrod Musto FIMA, Chartered Maths Teacher / Director of Professional Development
- Andy Dryden, Logistics Manager, and Sandeep Jerath, Year 12 Student
- Alex Bellos, Writer, Author and Broadcaster
- James Rigby, Computer games programmer
- Ian Hollis, Head of Maths
- Honey Caseldine, PricewaterhouseCooper
- Gail Iles, PhD student in nanotechnology
- Gabriel Campbell, Java Developer
- Dominic Whitaker, Certified Accountant
- Deborah Mowll, Manager DaimlerCrysler
- David Basnett, Chief scientist
- Carole Proctor, Biological maths researcher
- Brian Golding, Head of forecasting research, Met Office
- Anne P. Snell, School Science Technician
- Ben Coleman, Head of Post 16 Statistics at OFSTED
- Sian Bethan, Environmental consultant
- Sidney Tyrrell, Senior Lecturer in Statistics, Pavenpreet Mahal and Muha Hassan, Year 12 Students
- Sidney Tyrrell, Senior Lecturer in Statistics, Priscilla Appiahene and Neema Jaffary, Year 12 Students
- Steve Shaw, Perfect Trip manager
- Ros Herman
- Susi Dunn
- Charlotte Knowles
- Heather Tewkesbury
- Mark Hilton
- Ross Brewer
- Simon Singh
- Martin Smith
- Shirley Webb
- Saskia de Groot
- Liz Ainsbury
- Helen Czerski
- Maire O’Neill
- Haley Gomez
- Heather Wright
- Martyn Rittman
- James Connell
- Neil Goldwasser
- Chris Hanson
- Sam Price
- Andrea Donafee
- Claire Eason-Bassett
- Rhys Phillips
- Melissa Goodman
- Georgie Mellor
- Jacob Aron
- Matt Henderson
- Vicky Harris
- Matt Parker
- Jenny Caddick
- Rachael Preece
- Claire Osborne

## Downloads

## Videos

- Advancing the Digital Arts
- OU Video: Patterns of Life – Edward Lorenz and Chaos Theory (#5/5)
- OU Video: Patterns of Life – Alan Turing and Morphogenesis (#4/5)
- OU Video: Patterns of Life – Warren Weaver and Complexity Theory (#3/5)
- OU Video: Patterns of Life – D’Arcy Thompson, Structuralism and the Shape of Life (#2/5)
- OU Video: Patterns of Life – Charles Darwin and Game theory (#1/5)
- Addictive Number Theory (LMS 2013)
- Mathematics in the Courtroom (LMS 2013)
- Attempting to Model the Mathematical Mind (LMS 2012)
- Hilbert's Dream (LMS 2012)
- Climate Models (LMS 2011)
- Symmetry Chance & Determinism (LMS 2011)
- Clutching at Random Straws (LMS 2010)
- The Scale of Things (LMS 2009)
- Random Matrices and Riemann Zeros (LMS 2009)
- Toy models (LMS 2008)
- Know your Enemy (LMS 2008)
- Introduction to Operational Research
- What is O.R.?
- O.R. in Manufacturing - Crown Paints
- O.R. in Transport - British Airways
- O.R. in Education for a Career
- O.R. in Manufacturing - Tata Steel
- O.R. in Government
- O.R. in Sport
- O.R. in Supply Chains - Asda
- Next Gen (video games and visual effects)
- Chance & Uncertainty - Maths Matters in Computing
- Dr Alastair Hibbins: My Research
- Dr Alastair Hibbins: Why Study Physics?
- Dr Tim Jupp: Why choose mathematics?
- Dr Arnaud Marmier: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- Dr Barrie Cooper: What do you do to keep learning 'active'?
- Further Mathematics
- HE STEM: A Student Perspective - Roger, Holly & James
- HE STEM: A Student's Perspective - Rachel
- HE STEM: Active Learning
- Dr Tim Jupp: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- HE STEM: Research-Led Teaching
- Dr Lars Johanning: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- IMA Mathematics Matters: Advancing the Digital Arts
- Maths @ Work Days
- Dr Zena Wood: What do you do to keep learning 'active'?
- Dr Barrie Cooper: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- HE STEM: Making Choices
- HE STEM: Stepping Up
- Neil Challis talking at CETL-MSOR 2008
- Professor Peter Cox: What inspired me?
- Professor Tim Naylor: Why Study Physics?
- Professor Peter Cox: Why Choose Science?
- Professor Peter Vukusic: My Research
- Professor Tim Naylor: Why Choose Physics?
- Professor Tim Naylor: What is Astrophysics all about?
- Professor Tim Naylor: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- Professor Peter Vukusic: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- Professor Peter Cox: What does 'research-led' mean to you?
- Professor Mitchell Berger: Why Choose Mathematics?
- Professor Dragan Savic: Why choose engineering?
- Professor Dragan Savic: My Research
- Professor Chris Smith: What do you do to keep learning 'active'?
- Professor Chris Smith: My Research
- Professor Frances Wall: My Research
- Professor Frances Wall: Why choose geology?
- Professor Mitchell Berger: My Research
- Professor Peter Cox: What do you do to keep learning 'active'?
- Where will maths take you?
- The maths in magic
- The HE Curriculum Theme: Neil Challis
- HE Curriculum Development: Reseach Highlights
- Where can studying mathematics take you?
- Maths in work
- Maths Mpegs!
- Industrial Panel Mathematics Degree Review Project
- How to...
- Maths and your dream job
- My dream job
- Maths Hustle
- What advice would you give undergraduates?
- What do graduate training schemes provide?
- Why are 'soft skills' important?
- What do employers look for?
- Why are maths graduates sought after?
- TED: Andrea Ghez, The hunt for a supermassive black hole
- TED: Scott Kim takes apart the art of puzzles
- TED: Ron Eglash on fractals in African design and culture
- TED: Robert Lang, origami shapes constructed with maths
- TED: Margaret Wertheim on the beautiful math of coral
- TED: Marcus du Sautoy, symmetry, reality's riddle
- TED: Benoit Mandelbrot, Fractals and the art of roughness
- TED: Brian Cox on CERN's supercollider
- Advice from employers to mathematical sciences students
- The Joy Of Stats: 200 countries, 200 years, 4 minutes
- The Joy Of Stats: The Lady With A Data Visualisation
- The Joy Of Stats: Why you might go up a hill, but come down a crime victim
- Optimisation - Maths Matters in Computing
- Big Information - Maths Matters in Computing
- Games - Maths Matters in Computing
- Hill Climbing - Maths Matters in Computing
- STEM Careers: Ultrasound
- STEM Careers: Efficient energy in architecture
- STEM Careers: Solar energy
- STEM Careers: Forces and motion
- TED: Conrad Wolfram, teaching kids real math with computers
- TED: Arthur Benjamin, "Mathemagic" mental calculations
- The Levitating Wheel Trick
- The Disappearing Coin Trick
- The Cutting a Person in Half Trick
- The Baffling Knot Trick
- Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant
- Interview: Mathematics and the History of Radar
- Linda Cummings (NJIT)
- Christian Bohmer (UCL)
- David Spiegelhalter (University of Cambridge)
- Biomathematics
- Financial Mathematics
- Mathematics and the Shape of Nature
- Can Calculus Cure Cancer?
- Interview: Mathematics and Sport
- Interview: What can I do with a Mathematics Degree?
- Interview with Simon Singh
- University of Southampton - Mathematics MPhil/PhD student
- University of Southampton spacecraft research
- University of Southampton - S3RI PhD student
- The Maths Alumni project
- Introduction to www.mathscareers.org.uk
- Maths for Mature Students: Charles Lee
- Maths in Business & Money
- Maths in Entertainment
- Maths in Environment
- Maths in Health & Society
- Maths in Science & Engineering
- Maths in Sport
- Going Places with Maths
- Industrial Panel Highlights
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Defence) 3
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Defence) 4
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Defence)
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Defence) 1
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Defence) 2
- Bloodhound SSC
- Careers using maths: Senior forecaster
- Are universities getting it right?
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Medical)
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Medical) 1
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Structural Engineering) 1
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Structural Engineering) 2
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Robotics) 2
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Robotics) 3
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Structural Engineering)
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Renewable Energy) 2
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Renewable Energy) 3
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Robotics)
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Robotics) 1
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Medical) 2
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Renewable Energy) 1
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Structural Engineering) 3
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Medical) 3
- Careers with maths: Engineer (Renewable Energy)
- Are industrial placements helpful?
- Anne Juel (University of Manchester)
- Advice from employers to mathematical sciences students trailer
- A study on the mathematical needs of the Aerospace sector
- Trebuchet - demonstration
- Travelling Salesman Problem - demonstration
- Travelling Salesman Problem - assembly instructions
- The Penrose Tiles - demonstration
- Soap Bubble Wires - demonstration
- Soap Bubble Wires - assembly instructions
- Small Outreach Kit - demonstration
- Maths in the movies
- Harmonograph - demonstration
- Harmonograph - assembly instructions
- Galton Board - demonstration
- Galton Board - assembly instructions
- Double Pendulum - demonstration
- Aerodynamics - assembly instructions
- Career using maths: Bomb disposal expert
- Career using maths: Structural engineers
- Career using maths: Research scientist at the Institute of Food Research
- Pushing the limits
- From concept to construction
- Career using maths: Charge nurse childrens ICU
- Career using maths: Consultant assessing risk in banking
- Career using maths: Hairdresser
- Career using maths: Medical physicist
- Career using maths: Research engineer, lightning direct effects
- Career using maths: Research meteorologist
- Career using maths: Sports scientist
- Career using maths: Supersonic car designer
- Career using maths: Video game developer
- Bob's misadventures in maths
- Double Pendulum - assembly instructions
- Healing with maths
- Introduction & Booklets
- Maths in work: Navigational Officer, Pride of Hull P&O ferry
- Maths in work: Scientific Instrument Designer
- Weather Forecasting
- Maths in work: Costume Designer
- Maths in work: Sports Engineer
- Aerodynamics - demonstration