Tag: University of Bristol
Dandelions, Darwin’s Bark Spider, and More: No Shortage of Biological Wonders
Those of us who find purpose in biology instead of random tinkering will not run out of material to get excited about any time soon.
“Designed for [a] Purpose” — Heme Production Defeats Evolution
Hemoglobin is well known as the molecule that transfers oxygen in blood, but its precursor, heme, is lesser known.
God Hypothesis: Meyer Performs “Gigaton Task,” Says Burgess of Cambridge and Bristol Universities
A gigaton, in case you wondered, is a measure of explosive power, “how many billion tons of TNT would be needed to produce the same energy.”
Human Engineers Can’t Top These Biological Intelligent Designs
In labs around the world, scientists are fascinated by living designs. Here are just a few examples of what is being reported on a weekly basis.
Intricate, Optimized Designs in Insects Beg a Question
The ingenious inventions found in insects summon us to ask: How did these small organisms get them?