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American Mathematical Society publishes paper by Jamie Walton, PhD with the Department of Mathematics.

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Ocean discovered on Enceladus may be best place to look for alien life

Evidence from Cassini spacecraft suggests a large body of liquid water beneath the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus
The Department's very own Prof Nikolai Brilliantov in 2008 worked out how water vapour jets might blast out of Enceladus if it harboured an underground ocean. Confirmation of the ocean made Enceladus the most likely place so far to find extraterrestrial life.

 

New research on century-old conundrum

New research on century-old conundrum

Posted by ap507 at Apr 13, 2018 04:55 PM |

Unsolved mathematical problem comes under investigation

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Leicester passes 5 million readers milestone on The Conversation

Leicester passes 5 million readers milestone on The Conversation

Posted by ap507 at Apr 11, 2018 12:04 PM |

With topics ranging from Facebook data to Julius Caesar, to heart attack risk factors and how colour can help us communicate, Leicester experts have contributed a wide variety of opinion articles to the platform

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When does 'colder' mean 'hotter'?

When does 'colder' mean 'hotter'?

Posted by ap507 at Feb 28, 2018 09:55 AM |

Theory explains peculiar scientific phenomenon

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Leicester mathematicians working with geoscientists from Weatherford give the possibility to see structures deeply in the Earth

Leicester mathematicians working with geoscientists from Weatherford give the possibility to see structures deeply in the Earth

Posted by ap507 at Nov 29, 2017 11:59 AM |

Researchers have developed new software tool for visualising structure of Earth underground

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New research highlights how environment plays key role in changing movement behaviour of animals

New research highlights how environment plays key role in changing movement behaviour of animals

Posted by ap507 at Oct 30, 2017 10:02 AM |

Mathematicians develop theory which helps to unravel long-standing mysteries of animal movement

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Six degrees of separation: why it is a small world after all

Six degrees of separation: why it is a small world after all

Posted by pt91 at Oct 20, 2017 11:24 AM |

Study examines how small-world networks occur within bigger and more complex structures

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