The London Institute is committed to a new way to fund and organize research, and the press is taking note. As well as the Institute as a whole, the media has publicized many of our research papers, making our scientific insights available to a broader audience.

  • The Spectator
    The Spectator

    The human impulse to look beyond the horizon, “to boldly go where no man has gone before”, leads us to the most transformative discoveries.

  • the times
    the times

    Is free will a mathematical problem? How about immortality? Or the quest for AI? The Times reports on our 23 Mathematical Challenges.

  • THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

    As we emerge from the biggest remote-working experiment in history, we reveal the fundamental reason why office work will win.

  • THE SPECTATOR
    THE SPECTATOR

    As the government creates its Advanced Research & Invention Agency, it could learn from the exceptional history of the Royal Institution.

  • Science in Parliament
    Science in Parliament

    If the government wants a broader ecosystem of scientific research organisations, it needs to support non-university science. Here’s how.

  • THE SPECTATOR
    THE SPECTATOR

    In an interview with Thomas Fink, Sir Roger Penrose talks about his Nobel Prize, the beauty of physics—and why AI is nothing to fear.

  • THE GUARDIAN
    THE GUARDIAN

    From Newton to Penrose, Britain has always excelled at theoretical science — so why doesn't the government do more to support it?

  • FORBES
    FORBES

    Forbes explains how the London Institute, working with the biologists at Bit.Bio, may revolutionise our understanding of human life.

  • the times
    the times

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

  • Verdict
    Verdict

    Verdict reports on the collaboration between the London Institute and cell coding company Bit.Bio to decode the operating system of life.

  • The Spectator
    The Spectator

    The London Institute talks about the power and importance of curiosity-driven science — and the role of storytelling in communicating it.

  • THE SPECTATOR
    THE SPECTATOR

    In The Spectator, the London Institute talks about the value of basic science and what the British government should do to promote it.

  • Harvard Business Review
    Harvard Business Review

    Complexity may be hard to unpick, without being inherently bad. Ensure the benefits of any addition to company systems outweigh its costs.

  • Science|Business
    Science|Business

    In today’s Science|Business, the London Institute welcomes the prospect of a UK DARPA and calls for shorter turn-around times for funding.

  • Open Access Government
    Open Access Government

    In Open Access Government, the London Institute argues that Britain’s record of scientific leadership will continue regardless of Brexit.

  • Times Higher Education
    Times Higher Education

    In the Times Higher Education magazine, the London Institute contends that “We need to challenge the university monopoly on research”.

  • High Life
    High Life

    British Airways’ inflight magazine runs a three-page profile of the London Institute, its founder and its new approach to doing science.

  • Scientific American
    Scientific American

    Quirky and apparently mysterious, innovation is critical to sustained economic growth—and mathematics can help us understand how it works.

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