Alert readers will have noticed that as of today, Evolution News has a new look — and a subtly amended name. Welcome to the new Evolution News & Science Today!
We hope you’ll agree with us that the redesign is handsome and functional — an intelligent design, if you’ll pardon the expression. Thank you to our team of gifted and tireless web designers, IT experts, and other colleagues who labored to bring the new site to fruition!
What’s changed? We remain the daily voice of the intelligent design movement, offering original reporting and analysis you can’t find anywhere else on the Internet. But the refreshed title of our site reflects what readers already knew — that our interests extend beyond the evolution debate to a range of subjects encompassing science and culture: cosmology, bioethics, Artificial Intelligence, academic freedom, neuroscience, technology, the politics and sociology of science, the cultural impact of scientific ideas, fact-checking biased media reporting on science, and more.
Our institutional home, Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture, is well named and our subjects here reflect the priorities of the CSC. Of course, the primary focus remains on the scientific questions of biological and cosmic origins.
We believe that no controversy is more vital than the one surrounding this profound enigma of origins, posing as it does ultimate questions every thoughtful adult must tackle for himself, rather than accepting passively whatever the skewed popular science media choose to share with us. We seek to be informed and critical science consumers, and so should everyone.
Thank you for helping us to celebrate the launch of Evolution News & Science Today. Please take a look around and let us know what you think. If you like what you see, here’s how you can make sure it continues, from strength to strength: Donate today! Thank you as ever for your interest and support.
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