Blyth Institute Announces New Journal

The Blyth Institute announces the release of its new journal, Communications of the Blyth Institute.  See the press release for more information.

Mobile Microscopy Lab at OCHEC Conference

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!

Teaching Logic in Tulsa

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.

Teaching Mathematics

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. 

New Paper on Foundations of Evolution

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…

Mobile Microscopy Lab at the Tulsa Homeschool Expo

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.

Lecture: Turing Machines and Biology

The Blyth Institute presented a guest lecture to ORU students on the relationship between Turing Machines, computability theory, and biology.