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Knots and chemical photography

Senja Barthel on the maths of unsolvable knots and Jen Dougan on how infrared light can be used to reveal the chemical composition of samples. (Extract 5 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 22 May 2013)

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The improvising brain: music and complex systems science

Professor Henrik Jensen (Mathematics) takes us for a musical journey through the brain as we understand the effects of melodies on the mind at Imperial Festival 2013

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News - Imperial College Podcast 27 February 2013

Why staff satisfaction is a reliable indicator of hospital performance, and how the mathematics of randomness can help predict climate change. (Extract 1 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 27 February 2013)

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Fight the power laws

We’re very good at spotting patterns in data, but applying simple mathematical models isn't always useful, argues Professor Michael Stumpf. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 21 March 2012)

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Fellows Forum - Martin Rasmussen

Dr Martin Rasmussen describes his bifurcation research and tells us about the Critical Transitions workshop he is organising.

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