When all else fails, look brave. Three Harvard biologists seek to face the daunting new challenge with an essay in Current Biology.
British biologists dust off a moth-eaten myth: that peppered moths prove Darwinian evolution.
What is it that distinguishes life from non-living entities?
The paper begins by recounting some of the arguments raised during the Texas State Board of Education debate that challenged chemical and biological evolution.
Cellular processes are not only highly complex, but highly regulated.