The Blyth Institute will have its mobile microscopy lab available at the OCHEC homeschool conference in Oklahoma City on May 4-5. This is a free event for anyone who is at the conference!
The Blyth Institute will be giving a talk on Teaching Logic in Home Education at the Bixby Library on March 17, 10AM-12PM. This is a public event hosted by The Blyth Institute for homeschooling parents.
The Blyth Institute will be giving a talk on Teaching Mathematics in Home Education at the Helmereich Library on March 10, 2018, 10AM-12PM. This is a public event hosted by The Blyth Institute for homeschooling parents.
The director of the Blyth Institute, Jonathan Bartlett, recently published a paper on the foundations of evolution in the journal BIO-Complexity. The paper was titled “Evolutionary Teleonomy as a Unifying Principle for the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis.” The paper focuses on how teleonomy (the programming inherent in organisms) drives the evolutionary process, and what this means…
The Blyth Institute ran a student microscopy laboratory at the Tulsa Homeschool Expo, where students got the opportunity to learn how to use the microscope, make slides, and apply stains to improve the ability to visualize the microscopic. Pictures available here.
The Polish journal Filozoficzne Aspekty Genezy is publishing translations of several of the papers from the AM-Nat conference in their journal. The first one finished is here.
The Blyth Institute presented a guest lecture to ORU students on the relationship between Turing Machines, computability theory, and biology.
The Blyth Institute is hosted a new installment of its AM-Nat series of conferences focusing on biology. See the AM-Nat website for more information.
The Blyth Institute is proud to announce the availability of our new book, Naturalism and Its Alternatives in Scientific Methodologies. This book represents the culmination of the 2016 Conference on Alternatives to methodological Naturalism.
The Blyth Institute debuted its new Mobile Microscopy Laboratory on June 24-25 at the Tulsa Homeschool Expo in a public lab for students of all ages. We had a variety of activities including observing pre-made slides, observing pond water, bacterial observation, and gram staining. Students made photographs of their slide preparations using a microscope camera.