Visualizing networks in nature and in the human world.… Read More Visualizing networks
There are only twenty-six letters in the English alphabet, and yet there are more than twenty-six letters in this sentence. How do we make sense of this? Ever since I first started collaborating with David Basanta and Jacob Scott back in 2012/13, a certain tension about evolutionary games has been gnawing at me. A feeling that a couple of different concepts are being swept up under the rug of a single name. This feeling became…
Advice for academics considering becoming a Department Chair. … Read More To Chair or not to Chair?
The first reference to Cops and Robbers games was recently discovered.… Read More A new prehistory of Cops and Robbers
Bitcoins, blockchains, and networks.… Read More Bitcoin and blockchain networks
My grad course in mathematics at AIMS Cameroon.… Read More Teaching graduate mathematics at AIMS Cameroon
Let's teach math as fun.… Read More Why make mathematics instruction boring?
Advice on becoming a mathematician.… Read More So you want to be a mathematician?
Pending examiner approval…soon I will be Dr Kaitlin!
I’ve just given an interview at the Forecast podcast, hosted by Nature’s climate change editor, Michael White. Head over to the Forecast website to check it out. What I love about Forecast is that it interviews climate scientists as fully-rounded human beings, rather than fact-generating robots. The humanisation of scientists is so important for science communication. If the audience feels like they can relate to a scientist, they’re more likely to trust them and take…