Tag: National Institutes of Health
A Power Grid in Muscle Cells Has Profound Design Implications
To see why, we must remember that muscles first appear in the Cambrian explosion.
Big Science Is the Toxic Spoiled Brat of Academic Life
The scheme has a name, a blandly harmless-sounding one. It’s called “indirect costs.”
Did Fauci and Collins Receive Royalty Payments from Drug Companies?
Transparency of the government science establishment should raise concerns. Congressional oversight is warranted.
#5 Story of 2021: Francis Collins’s Troubling Record at NIH
NIH Director Francis Collins is being praised as “a national treasure,” but his real legacy is anything but praiseworthy.
The Tragedy of Francis Collins’s Model for Science-Faith Integration
The depiction of Francis Collins as someone who has developed a good model for integrating faith and science is in many respects a tragic myth.