### Cambridge welcomes the new Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics

Emmanuel Breuillard joins a long line of distinguished Sadleirian Professors.

### Cambridge Perspectives: Emmanuel Breuillard on his role as the new Sadleirian Professor

Emmanuel Breuillard talks about his new role and his work connecting different areas of pure mathematics

### Cambridge Perspectives: Claude Warnick on crossing the boundary between pure maths and physics

Claude Warnick, lecturer in both DPMMS and DAMTP, explains what his inter-departmental research entails.

### DAMTP and DPMMS join forces in a new lectureship

New lecturer Claude Warnick explores the rich intersection between pure mathematics and theoretical physics.

### People of Science with Brian Cox - Sir David Spiegelhalter

Watch Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter (DPMMS) talk to Brian Cox about two giants of the history of statistics: Thomas Bayes and Ronald Fisher.

### Inspiring aspiration: Cambridge mathematics student stars in Channel 4 documentary

The documentary follows talented student Lewis Croney as he works to achieve his goal of studying Mathematics at Cambridge.

### Cambridge Perspectives: Unlocking the secrets of the Universe

Professor Stephen Hawking and fellow DAMTP researchers and PhD students explain how the Faculty's new high performance computing facilities support cosmology, relativity and gravitation research.

### Cambridge sees further on shoulders of new giant

The Cambridge Mathematics Faculty’s world-leading research facilities have been further strengthened by the addition of a new, even more powerful, flexible supercomputer.

### Helping students make the next STEP

The new STEP Support Programme aims to give all university applicants the opportunity to reach their mathematical potential, no matter what their educational background.

### 'Globally unique': the Part III Masters course

One of the oldest taught masters courses in the world, Part III is also renowned for teaching cutting edge research that may not yet have even made it into the textbooks.