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

Research News

Weighing the pros and cons of fracking for oil and gas Aug. 28, 2014 -

SFI External Professor John Rundle and co-authors review the practice of fracking -- injecting large volumes ...

SFI's Mercedes Pascual receives MacArthur Award in ecology Aug. 22, 2014 -

SFI External Professor and Science Board member Mercedes Pascual has been awarded the Ecological Society ...

Stanislaw Ulam Memorial Lectures Sept. 9 & 10: Ancient Maya civilization and its relevance to the world today Aug. 19, 2014 -

In a two-part lecture series September 9 & 10 in Santa Fe, archaeologist Jerry Sabloff draws ...

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