Evolution News & Views: April 2015 Archives

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution, including breaking news about scientific research.

Evolution News and Views
April 2015 Archives

First Steps Are Toughest? Not When It Comes to the Origin of Life

How Cells Keep Right-Handed Amino Acids Out

Listen: Why Vertebrate Embryos Stick in Darwinism's Craw

Developments from the Study of Cells and Molecular Machines

Habeas Chimpus: A Report from Stony Brook University

Listen: Answering the Objection that Intelligent Design Isn't Science

How the Body Solves the Problem of Oxygen Transport

A Transhumanist Asks, "Why Not Be Superheroes?"

Are the Ediacarans Transitional Forms for the Cambrian Explosion?

How Much Brain Can You Pack Into a Spider Head?

The Octopus: More Complex than a Simple Mollusk Should Be

Listen: More from Michael Denton on Paradigm Shifts in Science

A Maze with One Exit: Why Evolution Had No Choice

Listen: Michael Denton on Paradigm Shifts in Science

Rocket Science in a Bacterium

Life on Other Planets? A Writer at Slate Takes Us to Task

Understanding Respiration: Why Real Numbers Really Matter

Understanding Respiration: A Breath of Fresh Air, if You Please

Recommended Viewing: Casey Luskin and Wesley J. Smith on Dead Reckoning

Sea Sponge's "Structural Principles" Inspire "Design Strategy"

Messengers from Army HQ: Hormones and Neurohormones

A Second Chance: Deadline Extended for Summer Seminars on ID

What the Body Must Do to Take Control

Super Crunch Time: Deadline for Summer Seminar Applications Is Tomorrow!

The Little Bird that Could

Reading David Chalmers on the Coming "Singularity"

Death: The Final Frontier