This was a remarkably cross-disciplinary dialogue among physicists, chemists, biologists, neuroscientists, machine learning researchers, as well as philosophers and historians of science.
These opportunities are rare, to be sure, which is why you won’t want to miss out on these upcoming events.
Let’s just say that Michael Behe’s latest work has further refined his edge of evolution, in a highly significant way. Intrigued?
As a former STEM teacher, I think it’s safe to say that one of a science instructor’s biggest challenges is to instill in students an exciting and genuine sense of discovery through the scientific process.
Chances are, we’ve all attended a lecture, a conference, or some other event that was said to be “critical,” “momentous,” or even “life-changing.”