There has been a long standing tension between the experimentally measured anamalous magnetic moment of the muon and the theoretical prediction from the standard model of particle physics. It could be that the reason for this deviation between experiment and theory means that some new novel particles need to be added to the standard model of particle physics and thus a deeper new theoretical is developed. However, there is some uncertainity in the contribution of the hadronic corrections to the theoretical calculation and unless these calculations are done reliably then we will never know whether new particles are required. One way to compute the required hadronic corrections is to use a technique called lattice QCD on large supercomputers, such as those owned by DiRAC. The project will involve computing isospsin broken contributions to the hadronic contributions to the anamalous magnetic moment of the muon using large scale computers.