The media are generous with claims that new findings “shed light” on evolution.
Sarah Chaffee interviews biologist and Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow Ann Gauger about apoptosis — or self-induced cell death.
In previous articles I have discussed how biological organisms exhibit patterns that are highly analogous to computer programs written by humans.
Things you probably didn’t even know about should arouse awe as we go about our tasks each day, and sleep each night.
A memory of past events helps a cell learn how to respond to recurring threats and protect the genome.