UCL unveils institute

September 21, 2007

University College London officially launched a new cancer research institute this week. The UCL Cancer Institute will accommodate 350 cancer scientists, half of whom are new recruits to UCL, in the £40 million Paul O'Gorman building. Meanwhile, UCL and the computer company Dell have unveiled plans for the installation of Legion, a supercomputer that will enable UCL researchers to tackle problems of unprecedented size and complexity.

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