Scientists Succeed in Creating Mouse Artificial Wombs
This technology is still a long time from the potential for human application, but it presents issues we need to address now.
In the Name of “Academic Freedom,” a Scientist Calls for Punishing Creationists
The practice has a sordid history. There’s always a rationale — for example, in labeling Israeli businesses, or those doing business with Israel, to be avoided.
God Hypothesis: Meyer “Masterfully Summarizes the Evidence,” Says Biochemist Anthony Futerman
It’s the evidence from cosmology and physics and biology together that allows the inference not just to a generic intelligent designer but to a personal God.
Magnetic Navigation May Be a Gift from Bacteria
New clues to the prevalence of magnetotactic bacteria suggest that diverse animals may employ microbes for help with long-distance navigation.
Fruitful Science: The Marvel of a Seed
If engineers could make something like a seed, it would be absolutely phenomenal. Then, imagine getting the object to last for thousands of years and still work.