Santa Fe Institute

Overview

Since its founding in 1984, the Santa Fe Institute has devoted itself to creating a unique scientific research community, where quantitative methods and the tools and principles of many disciplines are brought to bear on significant questions for science and society.

Research Projects

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Study reveals when humans bred with Neanderthals Oct. 24, 2014 -

A paper co-authored by SFI Professor Michael Lachmann decodes the genome of a ~45,000-year-old ...

To understand ecosystem responses to climate change, try a continuous spectrum of life Oct. 17, 2014 -

Instead of classifying plants, animals, and bacteria as separate species, SFI External Professor Brian Enquist ...

What ant interactions can tell us about brains, data networks, and cancer Oct. 17, 2014 -

The humble ant gets a closer look in the Santa Fe New Mexican, which highlights ...

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