Experimental physicist Phil Moriarty works with temperamental microscopes and individual atoms. Today's topics include Ireland, mathematics, failing at university, microscopy, academic gripes... and music.
Professor Moriarty's university page - including links to some of his papers
Phil's book: When the Uncertainty Principle Goes to 11: Or How to Explain Quantum Physics with Heavy Metal
Some of Brady's videos with Phil
The Golden Ratio music video
Want more? Hear Phil with Brady on The Unmade Podcast
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A Chance at Immortality - with Marcus Du Sautoy
Mathematical greatness can strike at any time - even on the train between Oxford and London.
Marcus is the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University - https://www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk
Marcus' author page on Amazon...
Dr Tom Crawford has been known to strip to his underwear in the interests of math education. He is an Early Career Teaching and Outreach Fellow at Oxford University.
Tom's page at St Edmund Hall - https://www.seh.ox.ac.uk/people/tom-crawford
Tom Rock's Maths YouTube Channel -...
Astrophysicist Katie Mack discusses Twitter, athletics, mathematics, and the small matter of the fate of the Universe.
Katie Mack's website
And her Twitter @AstroKatie
The End of Everything - Dr Mack's book on Amazon
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