Peter Singer has argued that animals, like humans, deserve protection because of their ability to suffer.
My title is adapted from a 2012 article by two philosophers, Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva.
Fans of H. G. Wells are probably familiar with his 1904 short story, “The Country of the Blind.”
DNA has long been considered the “master molecule” in genetics, but its erstwhile servant, RNA, is gaining increased recognition for its many essential functions.
Joe wonders how a scientist could be so wrong and still keep his job.