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Centre for Computational Life Sciences (CCLS)

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The Centre for Computational Life Sciences

Photo taken at the meeting on 24 May 2019

The Centre for Computational Life Sciences was formed in June 2018 with an aim to stimulate collaboration between researchers at Leiden University (and closely related institutes) who work on computational aspects of life sciences.

The collaborating institutes are Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Sciences (LIACS), Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR), Leiden Institute for Chemistry (LIC), Institute of Biology Leiden (IBL), Mathematical Institute (MI) and Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC).

The centre intends to exploit the synergy that will come out of the cooperation to carry out joint projects, achieve excellent research outcomes, and attract new funding. Additionally, there will be joint supervision of Master and Bachelor students.

The researchers will be invited to a series of interactive meetings, which will include presentations, workshops, announcements and ample room and time for questions and interaction.

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