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Mathematics & Statistics

Discover more about Mathematics & Statistics

Statistics & Mathematics Advice, Research & Training (SMART)

SMART is an expert consultancy unit that provides straightforward access to mathematical and statistical support and training. 
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Measuring Climate Change Threat to Marine Life?

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Review from aboard the RRS James Clark Ross in the Arctic Ocean ?by Strathclyde postdoctoral researcher, Dr Aidan Hunter?...

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Enhance your data analysis skills with our new short course. Full time and distance learning options available.

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

We offer a number of postgraduate and short courses which cover a range of topics and abilities, from essential statistics for those new to the subject through to more advanced modelling techniques suitable for experienced professionals.
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Centre for Mathematics Applied to the Life Sciences

We've joined up with the University of Glasgow to create a centre which looks at mathematical modelling being applied to all aspects of medicine and biology.

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Maths Week Scotland

Maths Week Scotland took place 10th - 14th September 2018.  Here at Strathclyde, we were involved in plenty of activities to help young Scots engage more with mathematics.  Find out more...
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Modelling the impact of fishing on the Firth of Clyde ecosystem

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PhD field trip aboard Marine Scotland and Scottish Environmental Protection Agency survey vessels, to carry out sampling of the sedimentology and chemistry of the seabed.

Royal Society of Edinburgh award for Maths Professor

Professor Michael Heath

Professor Michael Heath, of Strathclyde’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics, has been awarded the RSE/Sir James Black Medal for his outstanding contribution to the field of Fisheries Science.

Rush-hour drivers shun shortest routes - but should they?

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Professor Ernesto Estrada (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde), found that rush-hour traffic in major cities across the world follows a strange and counterintuitive pattern.?..