A Global Research Organization in Complexity Sciences

The Unicist Research Institute (TURI) is the scientific center that develops basic and applied research and generates the technologies used by the Group. TURI is a private global decentralized research organization specialized in the research of the roots of evolution beginning with Natural Sciences and ending with Social Sciences. In the business world, TURI developed a Solution Bank based on the structures of concepts, which define the nature of business functions that allow managing the root-causes of problems and the root-drivers of solutions.

It was a pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized leading research organization in the field of complexity.More than 5,000 unicist ontological researches were developed since 1976 in the field of individual, institutional and social evolution. The main countries that originated these researches were: US, DE, UK, FR, JP, SE, CA, CH, IN, BR, AR, CAT, RU, CN, AU. TURI's Future Research Laboratory completed the research of 70 countries' archetypes until April 2015.

TURI has a business arm and an academic arm. The business arm is developed by the Unicist Confederation and the academic arm is in charge of the Unicist Corporate University.

Unicist R&D Groups and K-Groups

  • Basic Research
  • Business Technologies
  • Health and Healthcare
  • Conceptual Economics

Open Complexity Science Papers

  • Growth Strategies
  • Business Intelligence
  • Conceptual Marketing
  • Root-Cause Management
  • Conceptual Design
  • Object Driven Organization
  • Talent Development
  • In-Company University

Future Research Laboratory

  • Country Future Scenarios
  • Business Future Scenarios

Cooperative R&D Projects

  • R&D in Business Processes
  • R&D in Healthcare
  • R&D for In-Company Education
  • R&D Market Labs
Unicist Webinar on Root-Cause Management

Scientific Dissemination

  • Basic Research and Future Research
  • Research on Businesses and Institutions
  • Research on Education and Superior Education
  • Research on Lifesciences and Healthcare
  • Research on Cultures and Social Evolution
  • Research on Human Intelligence
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The Unicist Paradigm Shift in Sciences

The unicist approach to complexity emulates nature to deal with natural or artificial complex adaptive systems. Such emulation is based on the discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature that regulates the evolution of living beings and natural entities.

The Unicist Theory explains the dynamics and evolution of living beings and complex adaptive entities. It substituted empiricism by a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach and replaced knowledge falsification processes with destructive testing processes.

The four pillars of the paradigm shift in science are:

  • 1) The unicist theory, which explains the dynamics and evolution of living beings and complex adaptive entities.
  • 2) The unicist theory of evolution, which allows forecasting future scenarios.
  • 3) The epistemological structure of complexity sciences, which allows managing the complex aspects of reality.
  • 4) The unicist theory of the unified field in nature, which allows managing the unified field of complex adaptive systems.

Country Archetypes Developed

• Algeria • Argentina • Australia • Austria • Belarus • Belgium • Bolivia • Brazil • Cambodia • Canada • Chile • China • Colombia • Costa Rica • Croatia • Cuba • Czech Republic • Denmark • Ecuador • Egypt • Finland • France • Georgia • Germany • Honduras • Hungary • India • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Japan • Jordan • Libya • Malaysia • Mexico • Morocco • Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Norway • Pakistan • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Romania • Russia • Saudi Arabia • Serbia • Singapore • Slovakia • South Africa • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Thailand • Tunisia • Turkey • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela • Vietnam

Conceptual Segmentation of Markets

• Automobile • Food • Mass consumption • Financial • Insurance • Sports and social institutions • Information Technology (IT) • Communications • Perishable goods • Mass media • Direct sales • Industrial commodities • Agribusiness • Healthcare • Pharmaceutical • Oil and Gas • Chemical • Paints • Education • Services • Commerce and distribution • Mining • Timber • Apparel • Passenger transportation –land, sea and air • Tourism • Cargo transportation • Professional services • e-market • Entertainment and show-business • Advertising • Gastronomic • Hotel-management • Credit card • Real estate • Fishing • Publishing • Industrial Equipment • Construction and Engineering • Bike, motorbike, scooter and moped • Sporting goods