It wasn’t until Jorn Dyerberg encountered ID researchers like Michael Behe that he gave it that name.
Andrew Berry, the Harvard biologist who conducts a Darwin pilgrimage each year for undergraduates to Darwin-related sites in England, responds to my recent post.
Is it true, as one critics says, that “cancer regularly innovates with proteins of novel function”?
An initiative by a major biomimetics lab to prepare students for careers in STEM introduces them to biological coding.
Darwin still has some cachet among design advocates. In this I differ from some of my friends and colleagues.