Los Angeles Times: The USC Daybreak Presidential Poll

Featuring research by SFI Profesor MIrta Galesic, External Professor Henrik Olsson, and their colleagues at USC.

The Wall Street Journal: Why Social Media is So Good At Polarizing Us

Featuring research by SFI Omidyar Fellow and Peters Hurst Scholar Vicky Chuqiao Yang.

Santa Fe New Mexican: Citizen scientist Thomas Ashcraft is an expert on capturing ‘wondrous’ sprites

Profiling SFI's Resident Artist, Thomas Ashcraft.

The New York Times: N.Y.C.’s School Testing Plan May Miss Large Outbreaks, Study Finds

Quoting SFI External Professor Lauren Ancel Meyers and citing her work with SFI Professor Michael Lachmann.

Santa Fe New Mexican/Pasatiempo: Standing the test of time: Photographer William Frej and Maya ruins

Reviewing a new book and gallery exhibit, Maya Ruins Revisited, with essays by SFI External Professor Emeritus and Past President Jerry Sabloff and photos by William Frej.

Axios: When society faces the unprecedented

Quoting SFI President David Krakauer.

The Atlantic: This Overlooked Variable Is the Key to the Pandemic

Quoting SFI External Professor Sam Scarpino, in work related to his preprint with SFI Professor Cris Moore and collaborators.

City Journal: A Primal Struggle for Dominance

Featuring research by SFI Professor Jessica Flack.

Lit Hub: How Storytellers Use Math (Without Scaring People Away)

A book review by SFI External Professor Dan Rockmore.

The Week: Why some artificial intelligence is smart until it's dumb

Quoting SFI Davis Professor Melanie Mitchell and citing her book AI: A Guide for Thinking Humans. 

MSN: After His Son Co-Founded Coursera, He Became Its Earliest Student and Completed 146 Courses

Highlighting five educational courses through SFI's Complexity Explorer courses— Intro to Complexity, Fractals and Scaling, Introduction to Agent-Based Modeling,  Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos, and Origin of Life.

Salon: Is it time to kill calculus?

An op-ed by SFI External Professor Dan Rockmore.

Business Insider: Workplace power dynamics have shifted further away from workers and toward employers — and it's only getting worse. Here's how workers can push back.

Featuring insights from SFI External Professor Suresh Naidu, originally broadcast in the Pitchfork Economics podcast.

Linked In: Cities and Economic Growth After the Pandemic?

Featuring research by SFI Distinguished Shannan Professor Geoffrey West.

NPR's WHYY: Confronting Implicit Biases

Interviewing SFI External Professor Mahzarin Banaji.

Pitchfork Economics: The Powerlessness of Forced Labor (With Suresh Naidu)

Featuring SFI External Professor Suresh Naidu.

Smithsonian: Researchers Say Purpose of Sleep Shifts During 'Terrible Twos'

Featuring new research by SFI External Professor Van Savage, Shannan Distinguished Professor Geoffrey West, and their colleagues.

Cosmos: Surprising insights into sleep's purpose

Featuring new research by SFI External Professor Van Savage, Shannan Distinguished Professor Geoffrey West, and their colleagues.

New Scientist: The purpose of sleep appears to change when we are toddlers

Featuring new research by SFI External Professor Van Savage, Shannan Distinguished Professor Geoffrey West, and their colleagues.

Scientific American: How New Mexico Controlled the Spread of COVID-19

Quoting SFI External Professor Lauren Ancel Meyers.