Cosmos struck a chord with viewers, garnered 12 Emmy Award nominations, and is headed straight into schools as a science teacher’s instructional aid.
What could it mean to say that God “used evolution” to create the world?
Three scientists challenge the claim that undirected natural selection is capable of building a human being.
A model of optimal signaling networks in noisy environments finds that cells meet the highest standard, achieving the optimum accuracy and efficiency according to "design principles."
It’s time take advantage of today’s discount on Center for Science and Culture associate director John West’s book The Magician’s Twin and its accompanying DVD.
The tremendous potential human (and animal) good that could be derived from this research to treat pain justifies the suffering caused to the animals.
Somewhere right now a student is looking for top-notch resources to balance what she is learning in her science class about the evolution controversy.
The ENCODE Consortium has launched a new data volley, now drawing on the mouse genome.
The stereotyped picture of a sea of ponytailed males at the atheist conference is not just a stereotype.
“It may seem strange to consider the fact that you, as a mammal, have all the known genes required to pattern a feather, and yet you do not look like Big Bird.”