Two highly complex creatures, humans and bacteria, team up for a new future, using 3D printing with “functional living ink” — Flink.
When New York Times columnist Frank Bruni isn’t driving me nuts, it’s usually because he’s on vacation from his (very well written) column.
As a tyranny, China is a Wild West of sorts for unethical science, with the government and its researchers answering to no one.
Tatiana and Krista Hogan’s shared and individual powers of mind are just what Thomistic dualism predicts.
Perhaps confidence in science can, at times, undermine science itself. How much real history has evolutionary storytelling obscured?