Richard Lenski’s work represents a baleful portent for any theory of evolution that relies exclusively on blind, undirected processes.
Mark Shea, a blogger for the National Catholic Register, holds forth on why some Thomistic philosophers look askance at claims of intelligent design in biology.
This just in from ASBMB Today, the official magazine of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
A recent paper in Science examined a modified-duplicate gene in a species of fruit fly and concluded that it developed a vital role in the organism in the past 15 million years.
Readers of my posts know that I’m a big fan of Professor Richard Lenski, a microbiologist at Michigan State University and member of the National Academy of Sciences.