LABORATORY FOR RESEARCH IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Welcome to the LRC! LRC is part incubator, part research institute, and part non-profit, conceptualized to bring the power of rigorous quantitative thinking to solve problems in scientific, commercial and social spheres. Researchers at the LRC will undertake high-risk, high-reward work that has the capacity to produce meaningful change.
The LRC was launched on September 25, 2019, as a division of Global Viral. Noting the growth and expansion opportunities under the LRC banner, Global Viral transitioned into the LRC on January 1, 2020.
What's happening at the LRC...
+ Jan 30, 2020
LRC Fellow Matt Koehler wins a Innovative Spontaneous Concept Proposal grant award at JPL for work on heat tolerant bacterial spores! Way to go Matt! Congrats!
+ Jan 15, 2020
The LRC wishes a happy new year to all! As always, things are the LRC are moving at a 100 miles/hr: we submitted a few grant proposals before the year ended, and are preparing to submit some more. We have new board members (press release coming) and we are preparing our roadmap for 2020 and the future!
+ Oct 28, 2019
GV/LRC launches SymBioNet, a world-wide collaboration of researchers interested in studying symbiotic and mutually dependent systems in biology. More >
+ Oct 15, 2019
LRC Team invited to second round of DARPA competition for complexity projects (proposed using DARPA's Polyplexus platform)! Fingers crossed!
+ Oct 1, 2019
LRC is expanding its team. Welcome Khai and Davi! Khai will drive our projects in chemistry and computational biology, and Davi comes on as our first International Fellow!
Khai Luong, Ph.D.
Davi Ortega, Ph.D.
+ Sep 25, 2019
LRC is launched! Woohoo! See the launch message here.