Groups of applied mathematicians work with scientists and engineers to solve real world problems.
Dr. Hilary O'Leary explains the importance of an O negative blood supply and how she was able to reduce stored supplies with the help of MACSI.
Hear how a MACSI student translates a problem into an equation. A variety of mathematicians come together to solve problems.
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In this Science Squad episode, Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain attends a workshop where industry leaders such as Diageo and Dell bring their technical problems to be solved by mathematicians from all over Europe. Aoibhinn investigates real-life hospital problems and finds out how the workshop has improved the management and distribution of blood supplies in the Limerick area.
Length: 5 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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