Tag: cell biology
Engineering Language Enters Biology — The Case of the Endosome
An automated engineering system presupposes a designer with foresight and a mind that understands how to make things work.
Science Stopper? Intelligent Design as a Fruitful Scientific Paradigm
When critics claim that research is not permitted to detect design because that would stop science, it is they who hold science back.
Xenobots: Researchers Claim to Have Created New Form of Biological Self-Replication
Xenobots are artificially interconnected biological tissues whose arrangements are determined by some algorithm.
A Tweet Representing the Core Challenge We Face
Christian Landry is the Principal Investigator of a lab at Laval University in Quebec, doing really interesting work on cellular networks.
40 Trillion Cells in Your Body, Each Poses a Mystery — Episode 2 of Secrets Series Is Now Up
“Except for guys like these, not everyone really understands what’s inside.” So says Lehigh University biochemist Michael Behe.