We accelerate discovery to reach the future faster
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.
Our four research themes, from the nature of the universe to the future of tech, all use mathematics to understand the world and improve it.
As the government creates its Advanced Research & Invention Agency, it could learn from the exceptional history of the Royal Institution.
Our new Journals page provides a guide to the journals we have published in, as well some journals that we haven’t, but would like to.
We are delighted to announce that we have moved to the Royal Institution, where we will expand our programme of curiosity-driven research.
Generalizing the divisor function to find a new kind of number that can be recursively divided into parts, for use in design and technology.
A one-day meeting at the RI to discuss accelerating discovery with Bit.Bio and do a hackathon of the 23 mathematical challenges of our time.
Welcome to our new director of development Sarah Myers Cornaby. She’ll be leading our fundraising and strategy for growing the Institute.
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