Information theory. Biology. Cognitive science. Mathematics of the infinitely large and the infinitely small. These disciplines, though seemingly disparate, are in fact closely related.
The 20th century was a time of pulling things apart. Dissecting. Compartmentalization. Reducing everything to the tiniest part. Without a doubt, these were important steps in the history of science. However, the new century demands a new journey of science. A science of integration.
The Blyth Institute is on the leading edge of the interdisciplinary integration that will lay the foundation and set the standard for science in the 21st century and beyond. The Industrial Revolution led to a science of breaking things down. The Information Revolution is leading us to a science that brings the parts back together.
We hope you join us for the journey.