It is a difficult question because, setting aside many other problems, the very starting point — the protein-coding gene — is highly complex.
The problem these efforts face in the lab is exactly the problem faced by Darwin’s evolutionary mechanism in the wild.
Unfortunately, the pictures we have of the Seminar need to be severely cropped, so as to protect the students’ identities.
The problem is, none of these people cite papers or other writing by researchers on intelligent design, like the work done by Douglas Axe on protein evolution probabilities.
After following the discussion about evolution versus design for the past few decades, I have noticed a common trend.