From Astrophysics and Chemistry to Biology and Zoology, Mathematics is a fundamental tool used in science to understand how and why the world works.
Data analysis, mathematical modelling and evidence-based decision making play an important role in research. Scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find science and maths working together to help understand and our planet, oceans and wildlife, discover new galaxies and advance new technologies.
With rising global temperatures, food security concerns and changing global ecosystem dynamics, climate change is a real and urgent priority! The green economy is worth $6 trillion worldwide and is the fastest growing market globally, with 850,000 more people needed in the sector by 2030.