Our Partners


The Evolution Institute

The Evolution Institute is a non-profit think tank with a global presence founded by David Sloan Wilson. Its mission is to provide science-based solutions for today’s most pressing social issues in order to improve quality of life. Read more about the institute here.


The Evolution, Complexity, and Cognition Research Group at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The Evolution, Complexity, and Cognition Research Group is a multidisciplinary research group, directed by Francis Heylighen. It is part of the Center Leo Apostel at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). Its research focuses on the emergence and evolution of organization. Read more about the group here.


Stanford University’s Boundaries of Humanity Project: Humans, Animals, and Machines in the Age of Biotechnology

The Boundaries of Humanity is an interdisciplinary project based at Stanford University initiated by Dr. Bill Hurlbut. Its mission is to develop a coherent physical, cultural, and philosophical anthropology – an understanding of the ‘boundaries of humanity’ that defends human dignity and promotes the personal, social, and spiritual flourishing of human life. Read more about the project here.


The Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley

The Department of Anthropology at Berkeley has long been ranked among the top five departments in the United States. Berkeley Anthropologists have a history of innovation and leadership in emergent areas of the discipline, whether conducting their research in modern biological labs, in globalizing villages throughout the world, or at places being developed as sites of cultural heritage and national identity. Read more about the department here.


The School of Liberal Arts at St. Mary’s College of California

Saint Mary’s is a selective, comprehensive university that engages the intellect and the spirit with exceptional academics. The liberal arts provide an excellent foundation for a life well-lived: they promote critical thinking, creativity, a love of, and the skills necessary for, life-long learning. They instill empathy, imagination, and articulate self-expression. As one recent study has shown, liberally educated graduates are more likely to “be leaders, show interest in arts and culture, be viewed as ethical, and report fulfillment and happiness.” Read more here.


The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University

The mission of the Gabelli School of Business is to inspire and empower positive global change, developing students into compassionate business leaders and supporting faculty and students in the ongoing generation of new knowledge. Read more here.



Infrapedia is the most complete and versatile interactive infrastructure map of the Internet. It is the community’s best and freely accessible tool that allows engineers, carriers, data center operators, business development executives and other stakeholders to navigate the Internet’s collection of networks and data centers. Read more here.