Offshore Renewable Energy- For Better or for Worse?
Quantifying Ecological Impacts of Offshore Renewables - A Statistical Perspective
Is offshore renewable energy for better or for worse? Its impact on our environment could work both ways. A talk exploring the impact offshore renewable energy developments such as tidal stream turbines and wind farms could have on marine life and the maths behind working out that impact.
How can statistics help us use offshore renewable energy to provide the most green energy and the least impact on our sea life?
Andrew B Gill (PhD, FRSB), Cranfield University
Kate Searle, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Daniel Johnston, British Trust for Ornithology
School Week Round Up
It's the end of the school week for Maths Week Scotland and what a week it's been! We've loved seeing such a range of activity in schools on Twitter from careers to ceilidhs, thanks to everyone who's shared their Maths Week Scotland with us. So what has everyone learnt at school this week?
Upcoming Events14th Dec
Edinburgh Maths Circle: Teacher Event
James Clerk Maxwell Building King's Buildings EH9 3FD 10.30am-2.00pm Free
Discover how to run a Maths Circle in your school. The event is free but ticketed. For further details and to book a space, please visitthis page.