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Model Cell Visualized as a Compact Factory
Capturing the interior parts of a cell in their complex relationships took a lot of work, but some researchers have set a new high bar for biophysical imaging.
Denton’s “Puzzle of Perfection,” Then and Now
The flip side of Darwin’s proposal of natural selection as a designer substitute is that “things look designed — because they are designed.”
NASA Persecution Case Reaches a Grim Anniversary
What happened to David Coppedge illustrates how the scientific “consensus” on intelligent design is enforced.
Appreciating the Irreducibly Complex Design of Salmon Osmoregulation
Three main things must occur for the young salmon, called a smolt, to prepare for life in the salty ocean.
The Evolution of Dr. Ann Gauger
The year was 2004. Dr. Gauger’s scientific credentials had caught the eye of Stephen Meyer and he had invited her to come talk with him.