#### 2024

###### [51] Software solutions to bridge the 'outcome–impact gap': helping industry use mathematical models

Oxford Mathematics, August 2024.

###### [50] Software solutions to bridge the 'outcome–impact gap'

ECMI Blog, July 2024.

###### [49] Mathematical Modelling of Face Coverings

ECMI Blog, July 2024.

###### [48] 2023 MPLS Awards for Outstanding Research Supervision

Mansfield College, February 2024.

###### [47] 2023 MPLS Awards for Outstanding Research Supervision

Mathematics, Physics and Life Sciences Division, February 2024.

###### [46] Virus transmission

VisualPDE, February 2024.

###### [45] Cleaning up contaminants.

VisualPDE, February 2024.

###### [44] Show me the Maths, Arkady Wey.

Oxford Mathematics, February 2024.

#### 2023

###### [43] Mathematical modelling of cleaning.

Case Study, September 2023.

###### [42] The contamination crisis and a filtration fix: Two modelling frameworks for particle filtration.

ECMI Blog, July 2023.

###### [41] Mathematical modelling of washing machines and tumble dryers.

ECMI Blog, July 2023.

###### [40] The mathematics of chemical decontamination.

ECMI Blog, July 2023.

###### [39] The Oxford Mathematics Asylum Seekers' Initiative.

Mansfield College, June 2023.

###### [38] Arkady Wey's STEM for Britain Gold Medal podcast interview.

Academy for the Mathematical Sciences, June 2023.

#### 2022

###### [37] Removing contaminants using a heterogeneous porous medium filter.

Case Study, 31 July 2022.

###### [36] Mitigation of arsenic mass poisoning: a unified experimental and theoretical approach.

University of Oxford, 12 May 2022.

###### [35] COVID-19 modelling: rapidly predicting the spatially varying infection risk indoors from airborne transmission.

ECMI Node, 5 April 2022.

###### [34] COVID-19 modelling: rapidly predicting the spatially varying infection risk indoors from airborne transmission.

Case Study, March 2022.

###### [33] The Mathematical Sciences for Refugees and Asylum Seekers initiative, in collaboration with Asylum Welcome.

Case Study, March 2022.

#### 2021

###### [32] A homogenised model for flow, transport and sorption in a heterogeneous porous medium

Lucy Auton, Interpore 2021, June 2021.

###### [31] Modelling airborne virus transmission indoors

Zechariah Lau, ECMI 2021, April 2021.

###### [30] Maths playing a significant role in fight against COVID-19

Cardiff University News, February 2021.

#### 2020

###### [29] How can mathematical modelling help in the coronavirus pandemic

Mansfield College magazine, December 2020.

###### [28] Optimising the flow through a concertinaed filtration membrane

Tori Pereira, Division of Fluid Dynamics 2020, November 2020.

###### [27] How to design the perfect face mask – the effect of compressibility on filters

Oxford Mathematics, June 2020.

###### [26] Cheerios, iPhones and Dysons Public Lecture

Oxford Mathematics, YouTube, February 2020.

#### 2019

###### [25] The influence of porous-medium microstructure on filtration – or how to design the perfect vacuum cleaner

Oxford Mathematics, 7 May 2019.

#### 2018

###### [24] Mitigation of arsenic mass poisoning

University of Oxford YouTube, July 2018.

###### [23] IIT Kharagpur and Oxford collaboration addressing global water challenge

India Today, 30 May 2018.

###### [22] IITKGP-Oxford collaboration addressing global water challenge

DevDiscourse, 30 May 2018.

###### [21] IITKGP-Oxford collaboration addressing global water challenge

Outlook India, 30 May 2018.

###### [20] IITKGP-Oxford collaboration addressing global water challenge

The Hindu BusinessLine, 30 May 2018.

###### [19] IITKGP-Oxford collaboration addressing global water challenge

Business Standard, 30 May 2018.

###### [18] IIT Kharagpur and Oxford develop technology for water treatment

Economic Times, 22 May 2018.

###### [17] Gaining a mathematical edge in the Tour de France

Medium, July 2018.

###### [16] The Mathematics of Smoothies - the Dynamics of Particle Chopping in Blenders and Food Processors

Oxford Mathematics, July 2018.

###### [15] Tricks of the Tour – optimizing the breakaway position in cycle races using mathematical modelling

Oxford Mathematics, May 2018.

###### [14] Tackling arsenic contamination in India through mathematical modelling and engineering

Oxford Water, April 2018.

#### 2017

###### [13] Mathematics for glass manufacture

Mathematics Today, June 2017.

###### [12] Unifying scientific disciplines to solve emerging membrane-filtration challenges

Oxford Water, 10 April 2017.

#### 2016

###### [11] Using mathematics to realise the potential of a novel soil-based filter

ECMI Node, 19 October 2016.

###### [10] Oxford mathematicians in Indian arsenic collaboration

Oxford Water, 1 August 2016.

#### 2015

###### [9] How mathematics can help to solve the current water crisis

ECMI Node, 26 October 2015.
###### [8] Mathematics in the glass industry

ECMI Node, 23 October 2015.

###### [7] Scientists make nanofibers with a hairbrush

Nanowerk, 23 September 2015.

###### [6] Touch and brush spinning of nanofibers

Materials Views, 23 September 2015.

###### [5] Brushing your way to nanofibres

Frogheart, 23 September 2015.

###### [4] A new way to manufacture nanofibers

Nanotechnology Now, 21 May 2015.

Innovations Report, 21 May 2015.

Eureka Alert, 20 May 2015.

Phys.org, 13 May 2015.

UGA Today, 12 May 2015.

###### [3] Magnetospinning with an inexpensive magnet

Frogheart, 11 May 2015.

###### [2] How to make nanofibers using a fridge magnet

Nanowerk, 11 May 2015.

#### 2014

###### [1] Surfactant patterns: L'étrange ballet des molécules dans l'eau

Le Monde, 14 July 2014.