I loved mathematics from an early age, relishing the academic challenge and being absorbed by its beauty and logical structure.
Jasmina is an Education Technical Specialist at MathWorks.
My name is Louise Wright, I’m a 44 year old woman, and I’m the Science Area Leader for modelling at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).
Having worked for many years as a software engineer in the video games industry I became fascinated by the potential for mathematics to represent a
My real passion is physics, but I knew I needed to be a strong mathematician to be a physicist, so I always worked hard at my maths.
I am a mathematical modeller for the geomagnetism team in the British Geological Survey and this is my mathematical journey.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but to be honest, if you’d told me when I was a teenager that mathematics would be the underpinning subject to my c
I've always wanted to be a scientist, and at 16 I started work as a presenter at Techniquest Glyndwr Science Center.
What does my mathematical life look like now?
I got hooked on mathematics during high school, from the books by Martin Gardner (the books were collections of his “Mathematical Games” columns in
I am an award-winning science journalist at New Scientist, a regular presenter and host of the BBC radio show The Naked Scientists, and author of t
I am Elena and I am a mathematician who has been working on mathematical models to improve our understanding of physical phenomena.
I was born in Washington, D.C. At a very young age I soon learned that Danny is my name and mathematics was my game.
It is okay to fail, to give up when it is too hard and make success something else instead.
As a teenager I wrote a long-term career plan: become a doctor, specialise in infectious diseases and volunteer for Doctors Without Borders.