We are interested in phenomena across the natural sciences. We use theoretical methods to understand how complex behaviour can often arise from simple underlying processes. 

We try to cross-fertilise, bringing ideas from one field to another. We aim always to inspire new thinking and to eliminate dogma. 

As an independent research entity we can help larger organisations and communities avoid groupthink and self-limitations of ambition and scope. 

New ideas can come from anywhere; most likely from where one least expects them.


A list of all publications can be found on Google Scholar at the following address

Current Research Areas (2019)

Disease progression in human cancer

Immuno-history approach to cancer incidence

Genetic diversity of human gametes

Fundamental limits on complexity of life

Quantum coherence in cells