LABORATORY FOR RESEARCH IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS

The LRC engages in strategic, advanced and blue-sky research in areas related to the sciences, society, human health and climate change.

Our core focus is on mapping the many complex and varied relationships that exist between components in large natural and artificial systems. By developing a suite of tools to better understand such relationships, we aim to solve long standing problems in the sciences and society.

What's new at the LRC!

December 4, 2020:  In our second blog post, LRC Applied Mathematics Fellow Daniel Ling shares on Medium how applied math helps answer questions in the natural world from economics to virology to voting and more. Such innovative thinking is how LRC moves toward solutions to humanity’s pressing challenges. Have a read and let us know your thoughts!

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November 18, 2020: The LRC is delighted to welcome a new batch of stellar team members to add to an already impressive roster! The future is bright for team LRC with this talented bunch which includes a Fulbright Scholar, a US Presidential Scholar and National Merit Scholar. Bringing different scientific viewpoints to the table is the key to solving many of the wide-ranging problems faced by our clients and society as a whole. From finance, AI, quantum computing and physics, the diverse experiences, dynamic backgrounds and range of accomplishments our new additions share will help  more >

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.

A big THANK YOU to our partners!

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  • Government

  • Private Industry

  • Organizations/people interested in exploring innovative solutions via research-based, intelligent technologies 

Our Collaborators

  • Universities

  • Other research institutes

  • Foundations 

  • Organizations/people interested in funding/collaborating in high-risk, high-reward research

Our Users

  • Government employees

  • Researchers & students

  • Citizens

  • Investors 

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Global Viral ("DBA" Laboratory for Research in Complex Systems) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.