Whenever we want to make an announcement, offer a brief point of view, or just celebrate an achievement, we write a short news summary. Unlike Perspectives, which are full-length essays, pieces in News are 200 words—though they can be the first step to Perspectives or Principles.
The London Institute is creating a portal that connects bit.bio and theorists to accelerate research on the mathematics of cell programming.
One reason we outperform other research organisations is that everyone turns up for work, which makes us more creative, agile and aligned.
To better benchmark research at the London Institute, we weight our published papers by the fraction of authors that are at the Institute.
Our website has been nominated for the best science website at the Webby Awards—hailed the “internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times.
In our updated landing page, we let our blackboards do the talking: each blackboard illustrates a key concept from one of our best papers.
At its winter meeting, our Board discusses our research output, endowment with Caltech, core funding and supporting the Royal Institution.
Dr Forrest Sheldon is the London Institute’s inaugural Junior Fellow, setting a high standard for our new programme of Junior Fellows.
We benchmark the London Institute by the quality of our published research papers, which we are increasing each year by a factor of √2.
At its autumn meeting, our Board discusses our application for core funding, a new Fellow, upcoming events and planning our first endowment.
At its summer meeting, our board meets our new finance director and discusses fundraising, core funding, research output and 23 challenges.