In his new book, Jonathan Wells asks a simple question: If the icons of evolution were just innocent textbook errors, why do so many of them still persist?
If “science works best when scientists come from diverse perspectives,” why did the March for Science organizers ban an intelligent design group as a partner?
The Stream will feature science essays from CSC Fellows throughout the week of April 17-21 in the run up to the March for Science
Big news in biotech: Scientists created what appeared to be a mouse embryo using stem cells.
Prehistoric creatures don’t come any more poignant than mammoths.
We trust there’s been no Academy Award-style mix-up.
Alert readers will have noticed that as of today, we have a new look — and a subtly amended name.
Following the national news lately has been a frustrating exercise in “He said, she said.”
Note the headlines, which you could probably write yourself based on previous experience with these types of articles.
I’ve been engaged in an email exchange with an editor at a respected publication.