Tag: National Institutes of Health
Recalling Francis Collins’s The Language of God
President Bill Clinton announced, in a speech Collins helped to write, “we are learning the language in which God created life.”
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.
What Intelligent Design Research on COVID-19 Would Look Like
Is there evidence for intelligent human agency in COVID-19, given its structure and what is known about its emergence?
Next Phase of ENCODE Finds MORE Functional Information in Genome “Junk”
The ENCODE project, now in its 17th year, ended its third phase with a new record of annotated elements in human and mouse genomes. Phase 4 is coming.
In Biology, Intelligent Designs that Amaze, Amuse, and Entertain
Animals and plants keep giving scientists and engineers ideas for biomimetic designs. Sometimes observing the organisms is just plain fun.