Santa Fe Institute

Santa Fe InstituteIn thermodynamics schools, the Santa Fe Institute is a non-profit research institute, founded in 1984, located at Santa Fe, New Mexico, that has been focused over the years on topics such as chaos theory, complexity, self-organization, thermodynamics of life, origin of life, far from equilibrium ideas, along with extrapolations of these in economics, sociology, and anthropology.

Thinkers
A number of noted thinkers, curious, been associated with or faculty of the Santa Fe Institute, including: Per Back (self-organized criticality), Stuart Kauffman (auto-catalytic cycles), Harold Morowitz (entropy in biology), Douglas White (anthropological thermodynamics), and Eric Smith (economic thermodynamics).

External links
Santa Fe Institute (homepage) - SantaFe.edu.
Santa Fe Institute – Wikipedia.

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