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  • Papers

    Loopy random graphs

    The generation of large graphs with a controllable number of short loops paves the way for building more realistic random networks.

  • Papers

    Microstructural coarsening

    Rapid temperature cycling from one extreme to another affects the rate at which the mean particle size in solid or liquid solutions changes.

  • Events

    Yuletide Winterfest

    The London Institute marks the year’s successes at its Yuletide Winterfest, from 4pm on Friday 11 December—if it can get the spirits out.

  • News

    Global partners

    We have had joint research grants with over 50 universities and institutes from around the world, showcased in our new partners page.

  • NEWS

    Bit.Bio cracks code

    The Times welcomes the collaboration between biologists at Bit.Bio and physicists at the London Institute to crack cell reprogramming.

  • Events

    Superstrings and AI

    Yang Hui talks about how string phenomenology has led from differential geometry to computational geometry and now to machine learning.


    A new look for papers

    Our new approach to showcasing papers captures the main idea of each paper with an image and sentence and uses icons to indicate authors.


    Welcome Victoria

    Welcome to our new office manager Victoria Harrison. She’ll help integrate our Fellows, developers, postdocs, writers, accountant and Board.

Who's funding us

Boston Consulting Group

BCG Henderson Institute


Cancer Research UK

Centre for Defence Enterprise

Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency

Defence Threat Reduction Agency

European Innovation Council

Framework Programme 7

Garfield Weston Foundation

Horizon 2020

Invenia Labs

LIMS Ventures

Medical Research Council

Office of Naval Research

Pilgrim Trust

Porter Foundation

Rose Foundation

Edward Harvist Trust

European Commission Migration and Home Affairs