The Santa Fe Institute is a private, not-for-profit, independent research and education center founded in 1984, for multidisciplinary collaborations in the physical, biological, computational, and social sciences. Understanding of complex adaptive systems is critical to addressing key environmental, technological, biological, economic, and political challenges.
Renowned scientists and researchers come to Santa Fe Institute from universities, government agencies, research institutes, and private industry to collaborate in attempts to uncover the mechanisms that underlie the deep simplicity present in our complex world.
• David C. Krakauer. Transcience Disciplines and the Advance of Plenary Knowledge
• Krista Zala. Tracking Technological Evolution
• John German. Real-World Economics Rising
• Dan Rockmore. The Complexity of Conflict
• Julie Rehmeyer. Wedding Biology to Anthropology
• Matthew Blakeslee. The Split Personality of Cognition
David C. Krakauer
Transcience Disciplines and the Advance of Plenary Knowledge
Tracking Technological EVOLUTION
What Cities Can Tell Us About Companies
REAL-WORLD ECONOMICS rising
The Complexity of Conflict
Wedding Biology to Anthropology
The Split Personality of Cognition