From code to art: how does a linear set of instructions result in a beautifully crafted pattern? Diatoms do it, and scientists are struggling to figure out how.
The highly valued optical properties of pearls come from sophisticated processes of biomineralization involving proteins and crystals.
The metal element 42, molybdenum, is needed in the body in extremely small but vital amounts for enzymes to work properly.
The subject of biomineralization also allows comparing the explanatory power of design over Darwinian evolution.
Frustrated by abrupt appearance, some evolutionists are simply declaring that there is no problem with the Cambrian explosion.