LABORATORY FOR RESEARCH IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS

At LRC SYSTEMS, we develop powerful research-based solutions that drive scientific, commercial and social breakthroughs. Led by a team of trailblazers from industry and academia, LRC uniquely combines advances in natural and quantitative sciences with cutting-edge technology to help solve fundamental health, economic and social problems for public and private organizations. LRC serves as an ideas hub for high-level transdisciplinary research that is bigger, faster and more impactful, to propel innovations that can change the world.

What's new at the LRC

October 21, 2020: Our fearless leader Shailesh Date was honored to be a featured guest on PSQH's latest podcast, Episode 14 - Infection Prevention During a Pandemic. Listen as Shailesh and host Jay Kumar discuss how U.S. hospitals have responded to COVID-19, what to expect as we enter flu season, thoughts about a potential vaccine, and the threat of co-infections. Special thanks to Jay Kumar for an engaging discussion on infection prevention, patient safety & quality healthcare amidst the pandemic.

September, 2020:  Our winning proposal, "Modeling the Intersection of Evolution and Physical Processes to Explain the Origin of Biological Complexity" is now live to view on Polyplexus.com.  Have a look and while there check out the other exciting proposals featured among DARPA Polyplexus Winner's Circle. Congrats to fellow winners! 

August 25, 2020: LRC is pleased to announce we've been awarded a grant to join 41 other international scientific teams working collaboratively on The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation’s Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative. The funding will provide the scientific community with new tools and laboratory techniques to develop new model systems and capabilities in the understanding of aquatic symbioses. Symbiosis is a phenomenon where two organisms live in a tight physical association... more >

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