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Artist's visualisation of a magnetar

New research is helping to explain one of the big questions that has perplexed astrophysicists for the past 30 years - what causes the changing brightness of distant stars called magnetars.

Flooding in Bradford, UK

A new way of visualising complex flood-protection schemes developed by a team of Leeds mathematicians has been accepted as evidence by an ongoing Parliamentary inquiry on the management of flood risk.

Mathematics student Jacob Smith working at Redmayne Bentley

An innovative stochastic modelling tool, helping to make important asset allocation decisions, has been developed in a partnership between Redmayne Bentley and the University of Leeds.

Diagram showing RepTate software

A new, open-source version of a software package for sharing rheological data has been developed by researchers at the School of Mathematics.

A flooded town in England

A team of Leeds mathematicians and French civil engineers has developed a new way of visualising and analysing complex flood-protection schemes.