Upcoming CoMPLEX Seminar
- Sebastian Ahnert: The complexity, modularity and evolution of self-assembling structures in biology. Wednesday 29/05/2013 - 4pm
CoMPLEX wins Green Impact award
2020 Science is a collaborative research programme based at the University of Oxford, University College London, and Microsoft Research, Cambridge.
The programme is focused on fostering the creation of a new generation of future scientific leaders – new kinds of scientists with the ability to lead the way in tackling fundamental challenges in science in areas of societal importance. At the heart of the programme is the development and application of novel computational approaches, methods and tools to address some fundamental problems in natural science, and the scientific computing, scientific software development and software engineering that underpin the development of predictive models of complex, multi-scale biological systems.
• Address major research problems in natural systems modelling
• Create a new generation of scientific leaders
• Facilitate novel approaches in computational bioscience
The 2020 Science programme is funded through the EPSRC Cross-Discipline Interface Programme (grant number EP/I017909/1) and also supported by Microsoft Research Ltd.
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