Evolution News & Views: January 2017 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
January 2017 Archives

Inside the Cell: DNA as a Library

How Big Is Evolution's Closet?

Sea Anemone Is a Proverbial "Precambrian Rabbit"

The Spike Code: Another Information-Rich Signaling System in Neurons

From Genome to Body Plan: A Mystery

Darwin's Doubt Is Now in a New Chinese Edition!

"Happy Salmon" and Other Wonders of the Fish World's Migrating Marvel

Irony Alert: Michael Shermer on "When Facts Fail"

Whatever You Do, Don't Say "Irreducible Complexity"

The World's Ideal Storage Medium Is "Beyond Silicon"

Book Stumps Decoders: Design Filter, Please?

How Physicists Learned to Love the Multiverse

Newly Classified Cambrian Creature Underlines the Mystery of Living Fossils

UCLA Geochemist: Life Arose "Almost Instantaneously" on Early Earth

Robert Wright Asks: Can Evolution Have a Higher Purpose?

University of Wisconsin Geoscience Postdoc: Bury Carbon, Get Animals

A Royal Pain: Stephen Meyer and Douglas Axe on Five Problems for Evolution

These Fish Have Nose Turbines

Self-Replicating Droplets: Evidence or a Shot in the Dark?

Darwinian Horror Story: Lamarck Back from the Grave

Interview: Biochemist Explains Why Lipids Are "Designed Objects"

Biologist "Flabbergasted" by Lungless Frog

Intelligence Is Not Magic. It's a Cause We Know.