University of Aberdeen - Joined-up thinking

September 24, 2009

A new institute will advance medical breakthroughs and tackle global problems. Launched by the University of Aberdeen, the Institute of Complex Systems and Mathematical Biology will research climate change, new drugs and natural disasters such as earthquakes. Academics from mathematics, biology, physics, engineering and politics will be brought together at the institute. More than 30 of its scientists will be based at the university's King's College campus in Aberdeen.

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