Atlas Obscura: The Joy of Collecting Stamps From Countries that Don't Exist

Quoting former SFI Advancement Director Laura Steward, and her description of resident artist Thomas Ashcraft's Heliotown on SFI's Cowan Campus.

Washington Post: Key evidence for coronavirus spread is flawed as public health decisions loom

Quoting SFI External Professor Lauren Ancel Meyers.

Nature: Where I Work: Birds that make the heart sing

Reflection by SFI External Professor Pamela Yeh.

Boston Globe: Often in error, never in doubt

Citing a correction from an anonymous SFI researcher.

Inside Climate News: Natural Gas Climate Benefits May Be Substantially Overstated

Quoting SFI External Professor Jessika Trancik.

Forbes: 7 Observations About AI in 2019

Highlighting Davis Professor Melanie Mitchell's new book Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans.

NPR's Marketplace: Together, let's get some "Econ extra credit"

Featuring an upcoming Marketplace book club dedicated to the CORE-Econ textbook. SFI contributors include Professor Sam Bowles, External Professor Wendy Carlin, External Professor Simon DeDeo, External Professor Suresh Naidu, and External Professor Rajiv Sethi.

Tricycle: You Just Borrow These Things: Poet Arthur Sze

Highlighting conversations between SFI co-founder Murray Gell-Mann and National Book Award winner Arthur Sze

Apartment Guide: The Best Cities for Book Lovers

Mentioning SFI, Sandia, and Los Alamos National Labs as the "scientific hub" that help define the City of Santa Fe's culture.

Quanta: Why I’m Hosting The Joy of x Podcast

External Professor Steve Strogatz explains why he wanted to share intimate conversations with leading researchers from diverse fields in his new Quanta Magazine podcast.

Santa Fe Reporter: Morning Word

Highlighting an SFI animated explainer on Complexity Postdoctoral Fellow Artemy Kolchinsky's new research.

The Conversation: What a bundle of buzzing bees can teach engineers about robotic materials

External Professor Orit Peleg writes an article about her work to understand how honeybee swarms can inform the world of robotics materials. 

Big Think: There is no dark matter. Instead, information has mass, physicist says

This article gives a shout-out to SFI, where information theory proponent John Archibald Wheeler announced, in 1989, "that everything, from particles to forces to the fabric of spacetime itself '… derives its function, its meaning, its very existence entirely … from the apparatus-elicited answers to yes-or-no questions, binary choices, bits.'"

NPR's TED Radiohour: Shifting Time

A re-broadcast featuring External Professor Sean Carroll.

New York Times: Happy Results Turned Up Everywhere You Looked

The New York Times features SFI Trustee Bill Miller's Opportunity Trust in this article about three funds which "profited handsomely from investments in stocks of many descriptions in countries around the globe."

New Scientist: AI suggests Earth has had fewer mass extinctions than we thought

New Scientist features a paper co-authored by External Professor Doug Erwin, which argues that new computational approaches upend the idea of a late Devonian mass extinction.

Fast Company: Science reveals the tipping point between success and failure

This article, co-authored by External Professor James Evans, describes how, from "Thomas Edison to Silicon Valley startups, those that rise to the top have learned how to treat past failures."

Santa Fe Reporter: Cormac McCarthy on SFI

Highlighting Cormac McCarthy's "Operating Principles" for SFI.

PhysicsWorld: The Physics of Public Opinion

Featuring research by SFI Professor Mirta Galesic and her collaborator Dan Stein.

Nature: Daily Briefing

Highlighting Cormac McCarthy's "Operating Principles" for SFI.