A month celebrating the contributions of black mathematicians
Looking back at the exciting day that closed our 2018 celebrations
John Pougué Biyong explains how and why science communication can lead to better diversity.
Reviewing the Royal Institution's first Black History Month event.
Nira Chamberlain explains how Black Panther's suit can be modelled mathematically
Clive Fraser reflects on his interactions with one of the greatest ever Black mathematicians
We look back at last year's Black Mathematician Month, and give a preview of what to expect this October.
Reflecting on what we've learnt over the past few weeks.
The co-author of a recent paper on diversity in professional STEM societies talks about access to science.
Meet Talitha Washington, an activist, mathematician, and professor
Stories and lessons on diversity in mathematics from a globe-trotting number theorist.
We spoke with Jonathan Farley about his research and experiences as a black mathematician.
As part of Black Mathematician Month, we spoke to the Bristol University professor about access schemes and the importance of mentors.
Stories that illustrate the barriers that black mathematicians have faced in recent history.
Data scientist Jonny Brooks-Bartlett gives his views as part of Black Mathematician Month.
Meet Olubunmi Abidemi Fadipe-Joseph, an active promoter for women in mathematics from Nigeria
Nira Chamberlain, one of the UK's top 100 scientists, shares his experiences as a black mathematician.
Natalya Silcott introduces us to star polynomials!
Our first interview celebrating Black Mathematician Month
Promoting black mathematicians, and talking about building a more representative mathematical community.