Flying beetles, stinging nettles and jellyfish

Tracking the invasive Rhinoceros Beetle in Hawai’i, studying how stinging nettles inject their toxin, and investigating the mechanism used by jellyfish to attack their prey – step inside the latest in Fluid Mechanics research.…


Singular perturbations in noisy dynamical systems

The lead article for Issue 4, Voume 29 from the European Journal of Applied Mathematics is Professor Bernard J. Matkowsky’s personalized survey-style article on the theory and application of ‘Singular perturbation methods to noisy dynamical systems’ in the limit of small noise.…


Getting water out of your ears, cycling in echelons, and sailing physics

Get your summer sports kick with a peek at some of the latest research on sailing aerodynamics, cycling groups, and getting that pesky water unstuck from your ear after swimming!…


Access to papers from ICM 2018 prize-winning mathematicians

The biggest prizes in mathematics are awarded every four years at the International Congress of Mathematicians. In celebration of these esteemed award winners, we are pleased to offer access to a selection of journal papers and book chapters written by the Chern and Fields Medal winners.…


Tornadoes, Fire and Ice

Listening to tornadoes to increase warning times and save lives, studying the effect of ice on the combustion of oil spills, and investigating how sea ice affects our climate – discover the latest research in Fluid Dynamics.…


CO2 beneath our feet

Climate change is currently one of the biggest threats to human existence. Carbon sequestration – the storage of CO2 underground – is one innovative method that could help to reduce the amount of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere and ultimately save the human species.…


John Ockendon Prize 2018 winner announced

The European Journal of Applied Mathematics and Cambridge University Press are pleased to award the 2018 John Ockendon Prize to G.


Martian Bees, Canopies, and Dandelion Seeds

Dandelion seeds that outperform man-made parachutes, designing the flow over forest canopies, and bee-inspired micro-robots for exploring Mars – catch up on the latest in fluid dynamics research.…