We accelerate discovery to reach the future faster
To mark the launch of ARIA, which tackles the toughest problems, we made a list of the 23 most important mathematical challenges of our time.
As we emerge from the biggest remote-working experiment in history, we reveal the fundamental reason why office work will win.
At its summer meeting, our board meets our new finance director and discusses fundraising, core funding, research output and 23 challenges.
Welcome to our new finance director, Ali Emamy. His corporate and non-profit experience will be key as we attract donors and core funding.
Exact methods supersede approximations used in high-dimensional linear regression to find correlations in statistical physics problems.
We combine Fellows, postdocs and visitors with staff from coding, design, communication and finance, described in our updated positions map.
At the London Institute, our papers are our products, so we take writing and presenting them seriously. Now our papers have a new look.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Forrest Sheldon arrives at the London Institute. He studies combinatorial design and models of reprogramming.
The fraction of logics that are biologically permitted can be bounded and shown to be tiny, which makes inferring them from experiments easier.
The bipartite nature of genetic regulatory networks means their logics are composed, which severely restricts which ones can show up in life.
A one-day symposium of physicists and mathematicians to write down a list of the 23 most important mathematical challenges of our time.
Who's funding us
Boston Consulting Group
BCG Henderson Institute
Cancer Research UK
MoD Defence Enterprise
EU Innovation Council
Framework Programme 7
Medical Research Council
Office of Naval Research
Edward Harvist Trust
European Home Affairs