I recently had a lively conversation with a former colleague at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne.
Here’s an ominous polling result: Students on college campuses in the U.S. increasingly agree that the origin of the universe was a chance event.
Scientists watched microbes inherit extreme acid resistance in Yellowstone hot springs not through genetics, but through epigenetics.
Skeptics of evolutionary theory have argued that proposed Darwinian processes don’t rise to the level of plausible detailed explanations for the emergence of complex life.
A recent biology paper inches up to the edge of design advocacy, without using the phrase “intelligent design.”