The Santa Fe Institute is accepting applications for the 2018 Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science (GWCSS). Apply by February 13, 2018.
A recent analysis statistically connected words appearing in the texts of 591 national constitutions lends new support to the notion of the birth of a nation.
The first annual InterPlanetary Festival will draw space enthusiasts from around the world for a two-day celebration of human ingenuity June 7-8, 2018, in Santa Fe, NM.
A working group led by SFI Omidyar Fellow Andy Rominger meets November 27-30 to explore ways to tackle the problem of understanding the interplay between ecological processes and evolutionary ones.
The journal Nature Ecology and Evolution has compiled a list of "100 articles every ecologist should read." Fifteen of the articles listed are authored or co-authored by SFI faculty.
Research by several SFI faculty appears in a special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series A, dedicated to the fundamental question of how complex life originated.
SFI's inaugural Complexity Challenge asked participants in SFI's education programs to apply their studies to an abstracted, real-world problem. Read more about the challenge and the winning solutions.
In a new paper in Nature Communications, three SFI-affiliated researchers describe a trio of paradoxical dynamics that can arise in simple microbial economies. The paper looks at just one type of scenario: a self-sufficiency model where two types of microbes are producing goods that are valuable to both themselves and others.
Casting a wide net: Working group examines human-centered interaction networks through space and time
A group of ecologists, anthropologists, and archaeologists studying pre- and non-industrial human communities in places around the world are working to compile, analyze, and model data about many types of interactions to see how they vary or stay the same across cultures, ecologies, and environments over time.
External Professor Dan Rockmore, director of the Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth College, recently announced three new literary awards for speculative fiction. The deadline for submissions is December 31, 2017.
Noli Timere is a forthcoming graphic novel based on recent scientific insights into the human microbiome and beneficial epidemics.