More than a right or wrong answer: how mathematical modelling aids our understanding of biological problems
Undergraduate maths student Lydia Wren teamed up with mathematical biologist Dr Alex Best on an undergraduate research placement. Together, they ran simulations to apply novel parameters to a classic model of infectious disease.
Sunspot three times the size of Earth provides a major advance in stellar physics
A major new breakthrough that could help scientists more accurately understand the effect of magnetic fields on the oscillations of stars, has been made by researchers at the University of Sheffield.
How augmented clinical trials are accelerating a vaccine for tuberculosis
Tuberculosis is an endemic infectious disease that affects many of the world's poorest populations. By using the latest techniques in mathematical modelling, augmented clinical trials could help researchers develop an affordable vaccine.