Tullis Onstott (Princeton University)
Christophe G. Lambert (Golden Helix Inc.)
"Innovation" is simultaneously: (a) one of the most over-used and increasingly meaningless buzz-words in the business lexicon; and (b) one of the most important but least understood human capabilities upon which business success depends. This informal event will explore innovation in all its breadth, from the perspective of innovation in evolutionary biology (which is perhaps the most compelling example of innovation in the universe) to the perspective of innovation in human-created technology (which is one form of innovation of significant interest in the corporate world).
Daniel Pauly (The University of British Columbia)
Piet Van Mieghem (Professor, Delft University of Technology; Chair, Network Architectures and Services (NAS))
John Pepper (National Cancer Institute)
In an SFI Community Lecture on Thursday evening, May 30, in Santa Fe, Barbara Natterson-Horowitz draws from the latest in medical and veterinary science to propose an approach to health ...
The popular Science On Screen series continued Wednesday, May 8, with SFI's Simon DeDeo and the 1992 cult hacker film Sneakers. If you missed the event, you can read ...
SFI's 2013 Community Lecture series debuted March 14 with UC-Boulder's Leysia Palen describing how victims, observers, and “citizen-responders” are using modern technology to participate in disaster response. Watch ...
Speaking at SFI yesterday, noted climate scientist James Hansen told an overflow crowd that efforts to stem climate change will be ineffectual as long as fossil fuels remain the cheapest ...
SFI's crowdfunding campaign has reached its goal. The resulting research will help scientists preserve the threatened landscapes on which indigenous human groups depend.