## “It’s nanotech; do you like it?”

Credits for cover image: screenrant.com Nanotechnology. What is it? What can it do? One of the coolest scenes in the…

## Problem of the Week (3)

Two ropes are coated in oil and can be burnt. Each rope takes exactly one hour to fully burn, but…

## How to get up early: the secrets

There’s plenty of good advice about adopting good sleeping habits: switching off your phone an hour before bed, checking your…

## The Science behind Vaccines: How quickly can scientists create a vaccine, will they actually work?

Image Credit: Ted S Warren/AP/Shutterstock Due to the crisis that has come out of Covid-19, the processes by which vaccines…

## Proving an Isosceles Triangle is Isosceles Using Motion

While maths is all around us, lying at the heart of the physical world, the underlying ideas and concepts we…

## March 2020 – Discover more

Hello all! This is a new segment we will be trying, where every month the editors pick out a couple…

## Burger Science

The first thing your teeth sink into, as you chew your way through a juicy burger is the bun. As…

## Random Sphere Packing

A really common problem in an area of mathematics known as packing optimization is sphere packing: this involves determining how…

## The Gravity Slingshot phenomenon

Gravity Assisted Motion, otherwise known as a “gravity slingshot”, is a concept that has been brought light through many space-exploration…

## Problem of The Week (2)

In the following diagram, a circle is enclosed by a square which is enclosed by a large circle. An isosceles…

## Problem of The Week: Answers

No. 8: Discussion: If you think about it, you try some places, and quickly realize that nothing ‘normal’ works, and…