Complexity Explorer Santa Fe Institute


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Why Donate?

Complexity Explorer is a student funded platform!  It is our priority to provide you with the highest quality Complexity Science content from the pre-eminent research center, the Santa Fe Institute, at the lowest cost possible.  Contributions from students like you help us meet this goal!


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Santa Fe Institute
Complexity Explorer
1399 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501

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The Santa Fe Institute is a non-profit research institute, so your donation is fully tax-deductible in the USA, and 100% of donations support the development and maintenance of Complexity Explorer.

Thank you for your support!


2018 Donation Goal: $30,000

Raised so far (December 31st, 2018) : ~$27,875

A huge thank you to everyone who helped us reach our 2018 goal in our year-end fund drive!

We have some big plans for 2019. With your help meeting our 2018 goal, Complexity Explorer will:

  1. Launch the brand new Origins of Life course. Chris Kempes and Sarah Maurer will explore how biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science come together to shed light on how life began. This course will launch in June 2019.
  2. Create interactive apps to explore Complex Systems concepts visually.
  3. Build a library of NetLogoWeb Models so that users can learn NetLogo right on Complexity Explorer.
  4. Continue to offer the Complexity Challenge in 2019 to give students a chance to put their complex systems expertise to use.
  5. Grow our community by developing new free content and providing as many scholarships as needed for our fee-based courses.