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- 08/07/17--14:05: Can a Zika Outbreak Be Sustained Sexually? It's Complicated
- 09/05/17--10:05: Birds Choose Mates with Ornamental Traits
- 09/06/17--15:05: How Monkey Fights Grow
- 09/19/17--14:05: Monk Parakeets Invade Mexico
- 10/03/17--09:05: Morbidity and Mortality of Leprosy in the Middle Ages
- 11/08/17--14:00: Paradoxes in Microbial Economies
- 01/17/18--11:30: How Living Systems Compute Solutions to Problems
- 02/13/18--02:00: When It Comes to Extinction Risk, Body Size Matters
- 02/26/18--08:00: How Do Your FRIENDS Plan to Vote?
- 04/18/18--06:05: New Study Improves 'Crowd Wisdom' Estimates
- 05/01/18--04:05: InterPlanetary Festival Announces June Lineup
- 06/20/18--09:05: Cooler computing through statistical physics?
- 07/17/18--11:05: New Algorithm Limits Bias in Machine Learning
What will it take to become an InterPlanetary civilization? The Santa Fe Institute convenes a panel of scientists and sci-fi authors to answer this question Tuesday, July 18 at 7:30 p.m. MDT. Watch the discussion live on YouTube.
Unlike other mosquito-borne outbreaks, Zika doubles as a sexually transmitted infection, with men retaining the virus 10 times longer in their semen than women do in their vaginal fluids. According to research initiated at the Santa Fe Institute, populations least likely to get tested for Zika could create a silent, sustained outbreak.
A recurring theme in nature documentaries is that of choosy females selecting brightly colored males. A new study shows that, in monogamous mating systems, male birds may select their lifelong mates in much the same way.
New research finds evidence for a complicated structure behind primate conflict. It is not individuals who control the length of fights, but the relationships between pairs of individuals.
In a new paper published in PLOS ONE, researchers describe a recent, rapid, and ongoing invasion of monk parakeets in Mexico, and the regulatory changes that affected the species' spread.
In the Middle Ages, did contracting leprosy necessarily increase a person's chances of dying? Yes, says a new paper. But it's complicated.
In a new paper in Nature Communications, three Santa Fe Institute researchers describe a trio of paradoxical dynamics that can arise in simple microbial economies. The work could be important for approaching engineered microbial communities and better understanding microbiomes.
No individual fish or bee or neuron has enough information by itself to solve a complex problem, but together they can accomplish amazing things. In research recently published in Science Advances, Eleanor Brush (University of Maryland), David Krakauer, and Jessica Flack address how this is possible through a study of the emergence of social structure in primate social groups.
Models for extinction risk are necessarily simple. Most reduce complex ecological systems to a linear relationship between resource density and population growth--something that can be broadly applied to infer how much resource loss a species can survive.
Most election polls take the political pulse of a state or nation by reaching out to citizens about their voting plans. Santa Fe Institute Professor Mirta Galesic says pollsters might also ask: how do your friends plan to vote?
In a new study published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, researchers Albert Kao (Harvard University), Andrew Berdahl (Santa Fe Institute), and their colleagues examined just how accurate our collective intelligence is and how individual bias and information sharing skew aggregate estimates. Using their findings, they developed a mathematical correction that takes into account bias and social information to generate an improved crowd estimate.
Seamus Blackley, Cory Doctorow, Ashton Eaton, Kate Greene, Annalee Newitz, Scott Ross, Martine Rothblatt, Neal Stephenson, and Pete Worden among luminary panelists and performers to converge in Santa Fe June 7-8, 2018
Researchers analyzed new data on the Chilean elections of the 1970s to understand how economies react to institutional change.
Recent breakthroughs in the field of nonequilibrium statistical physics have revealed opportunities to advance the "thermodynamics of computation," a field that could have far-reaching consequences for how we understand, and engineer, our computers.
To prevent bias in hiring and other contexts, researchers present an algorithm that imposes a fairness constraint on machine learning.