It often seems that the closer you need to look, the greater the wonder. It’s as if someone set it there to hide, waiting for us.
A recent biology paper inches up to the edge of design advocacy, without using the phrase “intelligent design.”
An initiative by a major biomimetics lab to prepare students for careers in STEM introduces them to biological coding.
The key lies in a triple-layered structure and a protein called osteopontin.
Plants and animals display proficiency in dynamics — the physics of movement.