The Blyth Institute Launches New Interdisciplinary Journal

Communications of the Blyth Institute offers unique opportunities for researchers and readers
TULSA, Okla. - Dec. 15, 2018 - PRLog -- The Blyth Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its new interdisciplinary journal, Communications of the Blyth Institute (CBI).  The journal's inaugural issue covers a wide array of topics from evolution to artificial intelligence to calculus education.  The goal of the journal is to facilitate the development and discussion of newer ideas to help cultivate and form them even in their inchoate stages.  As The Blyth Institute's list of partnering researchers grows, the need for a journal to facilitate the communication of early stage ideas among members became increasingly apparent.  Communications of the Blyth Institute provides a long-needed forum for peer-reviewed discussions of early-stage ideas.

About the Editors

The journal's managing editor, Eric Holloway, earned his PhD from Baylor University, and has been involved with The Blyth Institute for six years, officially becoming a fellow earlier this year.  Dr. Holloway's research focus has been on the concept of "mutual information" and its importance in the study of both artificial and natural intelligences.

Associate editor Jonathan Bartlett has been the director of The Blyth Institute since its inception.  He is the editor of several volumes published by The Blyth Institute, including Naturalism and Its Alternatives in Scientific Methodologies as well as Engineering and the Ultimate: An Interdisciplinary Investigation of Order and Design in Nature and Craft.  Outside of The Blyth Institute, he was also the academic editor for Avetisyan and Khurshudyan's Controllability of Dynamic Systems: The Green's Function Approach published by Cambridge Scholars Press.

About The Blyth Institute

The Blyth Institute ( is a non-profit research and education organization which explores new avenues of exploration in biology, cognitive science, and engineering, focusing on the formal, semantic, and logical relationships within systems.

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