Here you will find a selection of popular press treatments of C4 research by journalists and C4 scientists as well as comments on C4 research by other scientists. PDF's and additional material coming soon. This page is under construction.
How Life Got Complex, A set of essays and reviews published in the Santa Fe Institute Bulletin by Jessica Flack, David Krakauer, Nathan Collins, and Jennifer Dunne on C4 work on complexity and collective computation.
Eisen, M. 2013. Remaking the UW: David Krakauer calls for a new campus to lead a new world, The Isthmus, Thursday, January 24, 2013.
Reardon, S. 2012. Formula follows the evolution of writing styles. New Scientist, 2863.
Flood, A. 2012. Influences of classic literature on writers declining, study claims. The Guardian, Monday, May 14.
Whitfield, J. 2012. Do individuals matter? Santa Fe Institute Bulletin, Winter edition.
Giles, J. 2010. Monkeys' art of war has lessons for human conflict. New Scientist, May 13.
Rockmore, D. 2011. The complexity of conflict. Santa Fe Institute Bulletin, WInter edition.
Flack, J.C. 2009. Engineering better legals systems. Santa Fe Institute Bulletin. Spring edition.
Flack, J.C. 2007. Complex form evolving. Santa Fe Institute Bulletin. Winter edition.
Carr, G. 2006. The police are a bunch of monkeys: Simian society, too, needs to forces of law and order. The Economist. January 26th.
Laland, K. 2006. Animal Behaviour: Old World Monkeys Build New World Order, Current Biology, 16: R291-R292.
Coghlan, A. 2006. Monkey cops keep clans together. New Scientist, January 25th.
Coghlan, A. 2006. Monkey cops key to group happiness. New Scientist, 2536.
Smaglik, P. Making the paper [Flack et al. 2006]. Nature, 439.
Anderson, J. 2005. Animal behavior. Pigtailed police. Current Biology, 15, R427-R429.