University of Washington’s Georg Seelig wants to “design molecules” and “write genetic information.”
When a disease affects the brain-body relationship, the placebo response can confound researchers.
A review of the topoisomerase family of molecular machines that repair DNA ignores where they came from. Another article tries but has no answers.
When critics claim that research is not permitted to detect design because that would stop science, it is they who hold science back.
Another of Michael Behe’s molecular machines gets an update. The details are even more fascinating than originally described.