Darwinian theory attributes the most wonderful creativity to the power of random mutations (sifted by natural selection).
A while back I was sitting across from a candidate who had been studying hard for his oral certifying exam in anesthesiology.
We are watching the most brutal and awful things transpire with barely a peep of protest.
This brings the question of supposed “Junk DNA” home — home, literally, to your family’s dinner table.
Wesley Smith describes how Republicans in Congress are getting in on the act policing health.
Perhaps because life is so common, it’s easy to lose sight of how tenuous it is. Life depends on a delicate balance of forces.
Big news in biotech: Scientists created what appeared to be a mouse embryo using stem cells.
I had just witnessed in action what Douglas Axe describes in his book Undeniable as the design intuition.
Intending to taint HHS pick Tom Price, a respected orthopedic surgeon, Senator Menendez threw out a series of oddball science claims.
Information encoded at the tip of a messenger RNA molecule affects how much protein will be produced.