Tag: Harvard University
Get a Load of This Souped-Up Hyperdrive Magnetotactic Bacterium
“MO-1 is a magnetotactic bacterium capable of orienting its cell body along the geomagnetic field lines by using magnetosomes.”
Harvard Biophysicist Howard Berg, Flagellum’s Discoverer, Lives On
More than any other scientist, he brought to light the intricate biophysics occurring at the molecular scale in living organisms.
Apply Now: Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Have Changed the Course of Many Lives
There is no tuition for the program, to be held at Glen Eyrie Castle in Colorado Springs, and travel scholarships are available.
“Do You Believe in Evolution?” A Short Answer
You don’t have time to give a 30-minute answer outlining the different meanings of the word “evolution” and the evidence pro and con for each.
Farewell to Steven Weinberg, Visionary Physicist Who Appealed to the Multiverse
A sad note in Weinberg’s life was that his philosophical framework prevented him from seeing the design behind the physics he studied.