Tag: Nature Communications
Membrane Channels Show Astonishing Specificity
The “selectivity filters” in membrane channels of living cells are able to discriminate between very similar molecules or atoms using complex mechanisms.
How the Nucleus Guards Its Gates
Details of the nuclear pore complex, one of the largest and most complex protein systems in the cell, come into sharper focus as a team watches how it validates a messenger RNA.
What’s New in Cambrian Dodgeball?
Here are findings about Cambrian and Precambrian strata, and how evolutionists keep dodging the implications of rapid emergence of complex designs.
Researchers Find that in Cells, Trains Run on Time
Man-made railways can’t come close to the efficiency and flexibility of those at work inside your body right now.
Berra’s Blunder in Molecular Motors
Statements in news articles suggest that some science writers, while aware of ID, don’t understand what is required for a Darwinian response.