Tag: Center for Science & Culture
Walter Bradley on Just “Memorizing Stuff” in Biology Education
As we’ve already noted, Texas recently concluded its science standards streamlining process.
Despite Reports to the Contrary, Texas Preserves Language Calling for Critical Analysis of Evolution
On Friday, the Texas State Board of Education adopted streamlined science standards.
Doug Axe to Science March Organizers: A Scientific Majority Doesn’t Equal “Settled Science”
As a biologist, Dr. Axe knows well from personal experience the costs of thinking for yourself.
A Certain Habitual Vagueness — How Fitness Terrains Spell Trouble for Eye Evolution
For evolution, as Center for Science & Culture research director Brian Miller shows, the devil is always in the details.
Deadline Extension! Fine, We’ll Give You Till April 14 to Apply for Summer Seminars on ID
Why? Because there was a big rush of applications at the very end of the process.