When one wants to modify an enzyme for a new function, as Matti Leisola explains in his new book, there are two ways to go about it.
I was asked recently to take part in an online symposium. The journal Sapientia, published by the Carl F.H. Henry Center, invited four theistic evolutionists to review my book.
Statements in news articles suggest that some science writers, while aware of ID, don’t understand what is required for a Darwinian response.
Two highly complex creatures, humans and bacteria, team up for a new future, using 3D printing with “functional living ink” — Flink.
A little-known fact about intelligent design is that the majority of it scientists already perform their work alongside colleagues with differing views.