23rd April 2022   Prepare For Trouble! And Make It Dobble!  The Plane Simple Maths Behind Dobble  Dr Ellis Rintoul Maths in a Twist  Dr Colin Wright 
26th March 2022   Tomography, Sudokus, the Beatles, and a CenturiesOld Problem in Number Theory  Dr Andreas Alpers How Far The Moon?  Dr Colin Wright 
26th February 2022   Be a Winner  Optimal Strategies in Games  Professor Rodi Herzberg Gini's Tree Wishes: Random Forests and Why They Are (Very) Useful  Dr Sam Tickle 
29th January 2022   Recurrence Relations and the Fibonacci Numbers  Alessio Kandiah & Postgraduate Outreach Group Count Like An Egyptian  Dr Anna Pratoussevitch 
27th November 2021   Investing in Your Future  Rhys Wells Science is Cool  Sarah Annand 
30th October 2021   Multiplication of Numbers in Different Bases to a High Degree of Precision  Dr David Lewis An Elevator Pitch for Group Theory  Dr Colin Wright 
24th April 2021   Zoom Maths Club  Using Mathematics to Put Humans on Mars (or not)  Dr Ian Thompson Zoom Maths Club  Numbers and Recurrent Relations  Dr Oleg Karpenkov 
27th March 2021   Zoom Maths Club  It *IS* Only Rocket Science!  Jorge Romero 
27th February 2021   Zoom Maths Club  Reflections on a Laser Beam  Professor Rodi Herzberg Zoom Maths Club  Spot the Difference  Dr Graham Reeve 
30th January 2021   Zoom Maths Club  So Your Treatment Doesn't Work: How to Lie with Statistics  Dr Mary Fortune Zoom Maths Club  Of Dice and Gen(eration) of Random Numbers  Dr Sam Tickle 
28th November 2020   Zoom Maths Club  Dingdong Merrily on High  Ringing the Changes the Scientific Way  Professor Helen Aspinall Zoom Maths Club  ChrisMATHS Dragon Quiz  Mr Chris Marchant & Maths Outreach Team 
31st October 2020   Zoom Maths Club  Areas of Polygons and Applications  Professor Peter Giblin OBE Zoom Maths Club  The Weird and Wonderful World of the Infinite  Dr David Lewis 
26th September 2020   Zoom Maths Club  Pythagorean Tuning and Equal Temperament  Mr Damian Haigh Zoom Maths Club  Am I Positive?  Mr Niall Thompson 
29th February 2020   Quantum Cryptography  Professor Kurt Langfeld Extinction Recalculation  Predicting the Future using Branching Processes  Dr Sam Tickle 
25th January 2020   A Mathematician's Journey into the Marvellous World of Microscopic Swimmers & Crawlers  Professor Rachel Bearon Brussels Sprouts  Dr Joel Haddley 
30th November 2019   Counting Functions  Professor Peter Giblin OBE Decision Trees  Sue Harkness 
26th October 2019   Binary Arithmetic  Counting in Ones  Dr Robin McLean Complex Numbers for Fun and Profit  Dr Colin Wright 
28th September 2019   Fake Paradoxes  Dr Oleg Karpenkov Science is Cool  Sarah Annand 
27th April 2019   Water Measuring, Skew Billiards and Euclid's Algorithm  Dr David Lewis Cryptography, Starting Where Others Finish  Dr Colin Wright 
30th March 2019   Graph Theory  Dr Oleg Karpenkov Fractals  Barry Grantham 
23rd February 2019   Fibonacci Representations  Professor Peter Giblin OBE Paradoxes in Statistics and Probability  Dr Alexei Piunovskiy 
26th January 2019   Playing with Positive Polynomials  Dr Robin McLean Moebius: Beyond the Strip  Dr Joel Haddley 
24th November 2018   Untangle the Tangle  Dr Anna Pratoussevitch What's in a Number?  Dr Ian Thompson 
27th October 2018   Reading Between the Lies: Maths vs Fake News  Sam Tickle Taking Square Roots in a New Direction  Dr Colin Wright 
29th September 2018   Counting with Catalan  Professor Peter Giblin OBE Continued Fractions  Dr Alena Haddley 
21st April 2018   Linear Programming  Dr David Lewis Real Analysis via Puzzles  Dr Colin Wright 
24th March 2018   TBC  Dr Daniel Colquitt Mathematics of Infinity  Dr Alexei Piunovskiy 
24th February 2018   Sequences  Dr Graham Reeve Markov My Words  Sam Tickle 
27th January 2018   Integer Calculus  Dr Joel Haddley Finite Arithmetic and Latin Squares  Dr Robin McLean 
25th November 2017   Dingdong Merrily on High  Ringing the Changes the Scientific Way  Professor Helen Aspinall Modelling Ferris Wheels  Sue Harkness 
28th October 2017   Invariants  Dr Oleg Karpenkov Tackling an Impossible Problem  Dr Colin Wright 
30th September 2017   So Your Treatment Doesn't Work: How to Lie with Statistics  Dr Mary Fortune Remainders, Consecutive Whole Numbers and Card Surprises  Professor Peter Giblin 
22nd April 2017   The Logistic Equation and Chaos  David Lewis TBC  Colin Wright 
25th March 2017   Paradoxical Paradoxes  Daniel Colquitt Continued Fractions  Barry Grantham 
25th February 2017   Dungeon Master's Dice (and other probability problems)  Ian Thompson The Seven Bridges of Konigsberg and other Networks  Lonnie Readioff 
28th January 2017   Magic Rectangles  Joel Haddley Needle in the World Wide Haystack  Anna Pratoussevitch 
26th November 2016   Modelling with Mathematics  Sue Harkness Simple Additive Number Theory  David Lewis 
29th October 2016   How Symmetrical is Your Cuboid?  Robin McLean Necessary vs Sufficient  Colin Wright 
1st October 2016   Cookies  Peter Giblin A Hard Sell?  Sam Tickle 
30th April 2016   Problems on Minimal Distances  Oleg Karpenkov Paradoxes in Statistics and Probability  Alexei Piunovskiy 
19th March 2016   Coxeter Number Friezes  Robin McLean

27th February 2016   The Quickest Path to an A*  MATH291 students Playing with Permutations  MATH291 students 
30th January 2016   Gray Coding  Joel Haddley How to Make Perfect Toast and Become Infinitely Wealthy  Sam Tickle 
28th November 2015   Conjugate Numbers, Irrational Numbers and Pell's Equation  Peter Giblin

31st October 2015   Who is the Greatest? Definition Problems in Mathematics and Elsewhere  Ian Thompson Understanding functions through curve sketching  Mark Holland 
19th September 2015   Ready, SET, Go!  Anna Pratoussevitch 
28th March 2015   The (Five) Most Beautiful Minds  Sam Tickle

28th February 2015   Binary Arithmetic  Counting in Ones  Robin McLean Iteration and Geometric Fractals  Alex Gheorghiu 
31st January 2015   Maths's Greatest Unsolved Puzzles  Katie Steckles 
29th November 2014   Completing Magic Squares  Peter Giblin

25th October 2014   Water Measuring, Skew Billiards and Euclid's Algorithm  David Lewis Fun with Finite Sets  Joel Haddley 
20th September 2014   Coding Theory  Eloise Hattersley Bayes' Theorem and Conditional Probability in the Real World  Mary Fortune 
29th March 2014   How to Make Natural Numbers  Steve Feller It's About Time  Sam Tickle 
22nd February 2014   Building Trees and Crossing Rivers  Search in Artificial Intelligence  Katie Atkinson Modelling Decay  Lonnie Readioff 
25th January 2014   Modelling Ferris Wheels  Sue Harkness From Coin Tossings to Combinations  Mark Holland 
30th November 2013   An Introduction to Vector Fields (or "How to Comb a Coconut")  Joel Haddley Reasoning Under Uncertainty: An Introduction to Probability Theory  Ben Pace 
26th October 2013   Counting  Peter Giblin Maths with a Twist  Colin Wright 
21st September 2013   The Logistic Equation and Chaos  David Lewis Logic: The Age of Reasoning  Iain Carson 
27th April 2013   Getting Lost in 2000 Dimensions  Colin Wright Who Is Afraid Of Large Numbers?  Radu Tatar 
23rd March 2013   Recurrence Relations  Yyanis JohnsonLlambias The Seven Bridges of Konigsberg and other Networks  Lonnie Readioff 
23rd February 2013   How to Multiply  Elliott Tjia Exploration of Curves  Robert Jones and Miriam Stevens 
26th January 2013   How to play Liar's Poker  David Lewis A Plausible Approach Towards Statistical Process Control  Ken McKelvie 
24th November 2012   Reciprocal Prime Magic Squares  Joel Haddley Sums of Squares  Peter Giblin 
27th October 2012   Communication of Mathematics  Stephanie Burton Complexity Theory, P vs NP, Graph 3 Colouring, and the Million Dollar Prize  Colin Wright 
29th September 2012   To Infinity and Beyond  Adam Casey Chessboards  Mary Fortune 
31st March 2012   'QI' Maths and Geometric Means  Ken McKelvie 
26th November 2011   Multiplication Tables  Peter Giblin 
29th January 2011   Duads, Synthemes and Totals  Ian Porteous 
27th November 2010   Graphs, Trees and Brussels Sprouts  Peter Giblin Exploration of digit patterns in outcomes of selected calculations
 Ken McKelvie 
27th March 2010   Stepping Stones to Streetwise Statistics  Ken McKelvie 
24th November 2007   Counting  Peter Giblin 
22nd September 2007   Matrices with MAPLE  David Lewis Interesting PaperFolding Diversions  Mary Fortune and Jon Tims 
24th February 2007   The Seven Bridges of Konigsberg and other Networks  Lonnie Readioff 
27th January 2007   Evaluation of new FunMaths Roadshow material  Ken McKelvie 
28th October 2006   Universal Cycles  Peter Giblin, with assistance from Chris Marchant 
29th April 2006   Matrices  Jon Tims 
26th November 2005   Expected Values  Ken McKelvie 
24th September 2005   Probability and The Law  Grahame Settle 
26th February 2005   Ringing the Changes  Martin Bright 
29th January 2005   Transforming Spaces, Transforming Shapes  Ken McKelvie 
30th October 2004   Astounding Wonders of Indian Mathematics  Satish Malik 
28th February 2004   Circular Motion and the Cardioid  Ian Porteous 
31st January 2004   Stages in Problem Solving  What to do when stuck!  It's not what you do, it's the way that you do it...  Ken McKelvie 
29th November 2003   Some Mathematical Puzzles  David Lewis Challenging Problems from Moscow III  Vladimir Zakalyukin 
1st November 2003   The Weird and Wonderful World of the Infinite  David Lewis 
26th April 2003   Latin Squares and Groups  Shaine Bushell Perennial Primes  Asoke Nandi 
29th March 2003   An Introduction to Curve Sketching  Mark Holland Codes  Chris Sawer 
22nd February 2003   Magic Squares of Order 4  Ian Porteous Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions  Satish Malik 
25th January 2003   The Modulus Function and some applications  David Lewis Seeing is Believing  Ken McKelvie 
23rd November 2002   Dividing Up Triangles  Peter Giblin 
26th October 2002   Advice on Hanging Pictures  Fred Bloore Challenging Problems from Moscow II  Vladimir Zakalyukin 
27th April 2002   Towers of Hanoi  Özgür and Alana Selsil 
23rd March 2002   Sequences and Series  Satish Malik 
23rd February 2002   Sums of Distances  Peter Giblin Traditional Japanese Geometry  John Rigby 
26th January 2002   Complex Numbers and Quadratic & Cubic Forms  Ian Porteous Years, Calendars and Continued Fractions  Chris Sawer 
15th December 2001   From Maxima & Minima to Surface Shape  Peter Giblin 
24th November 2001   Challenging Problems from Moscow I  Vladimir Zakalyukin 
27th October 2001   Snowflakes and Other Fractals  Peter Giblin 
29th September 2001   Knot Theory  Toby Hall 
28th April 2001   Constructions with Circles  Peter Giblin Surreal Numbers  Mark Hollingworth 
24th March 2001   The Circle Method  Mark Hollingworth 
10th March 2001   Quadrature  Mark Hollingworth Rollers  Mark Hollingworth 
24th February 2001   Circles Through Two or Three Points  Peter Giblin Getting Close to the Square Root of Two  Victor Flynn 
27th January 2001   Iteration and Spider Diagrams  Chris Sawer Lines and Circles  Ian Porteous 
25th November 2000   Tangent Circles  Peter Giblin 
28th October 2000   Cutting a Region in half; and some Trigonometric Equations  Sasha Movchan and Peter Giblin 
29th June 2000   Tangles, Fractions and Factors  Mark Hollingworth 