I attended a great lecture a few days ago at my university by Princeton biophysicist William Bialek.
A few weeks ago, my colleague Dr. Logan Gage sent me an email highlighting a new peer-reviewed paper in the highly regarded PLOS ONE.
Regarding the neo-Darwinian viewpoint, Denis Noble doesn’t mince words.
You might think that the culture that allowed Nazism had been fully examined already.
Louis, obviously a bright young man, really does think this is sound reasoning.
When we look for function, we find it, and when we don’t look for function, someone else finds it.
A reader asks for a response to the following challenge to the theory of intelligent design.
Surely, on a scale of parental concerns, McDonald’s for lunch is nothing compared to getting exterminated by the cool logic of a future computer.
Time is the latest journalistic offender, with a piece looking back at the magazine’s historical stories.
Enviable designs in plants and animals are creating a gold rush for scientists and engineers — all thanks to evolution’s designing prowess, so we’re told.