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Date
December
12
Dec
4
04
2020

Dr. Gunasekera on the Emerging Field of Nanomedicine

A Webinar Hosted by the Science & Culture Network
The Center for Science and Culture
Date
December
12
Dec
4
04
2020
Online Event
Nanotech has quickly become a fascinating and extensive area of scientific research. This emerging field is blossoming with opportunity and great promise — from nanoscopic cars to a wide variety of other nanomachines including drills that can be used in targeted cancer treatments. By operating on the same nanoscale as biology, new levels of miniaturization and efficiency are being achieved, enabling human technologies to interact directly with sophisticated networks of biological machines in nature. As is the case with nanomachines that have long existed in the biological cell, so these human innovations exhibit the brilliance and creativity of their corresponding designers. The Science & Culture Network Chapter in Southern California invites you to join a Friday, December 4th
Date
November
11
Nov
21
21
2020

Online Event Launching Michael Behe's Latest Book — A Mousetrap for Darwin

Global Webinar Featuring an Interview and Q&A with the Author
Daniel Reeves
Date
November
11
Nov
21
21
2020
Online Event

According to Behe, one of the most powerful arguments that he is on the right track is the sheer vacuity of the attacks leveled against him, many offered by undeniably brilliant scientists. But are those criticisms really as empty as he thinks?

Date
November
11
Nov
12
12
2020

Antibiotic Resistance & Bacterial Evolution — What’s the Real Story?

Online Premiere of Latest "Long Story Short" Episode
Daniel Reeves
Date
November
11
Nov
12
12
2020
Online Event
We’re excited to announce a live premiere of the latest episode of the Long Story Short YouTube video series. Perhaps you’ve already seen the first two episodes on homology and whale evolution? In this latest episode, our talented animator tackles yet another supposed linchpin of Neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory. Bacterial evolution and antibiotic resistance is one of the all-time greatest hits regarding evidence for Darwinian evolution. It’s true that antibiotics do stop working sometimes, and that antibiotic resistance is a form of evolution…but is this a demonstration of the creative power of Darwinian evolution, or is there something else going on? No registration or YouTube account is required to watch the live premiere, however, logging into to your
Date
October
10
Oct
21
21
2020

Official Launch of The Miracle of the Cell by Michael Denton

Global Webinar Featuring an Interview and Q&A with the Author
Daniel Reeves
Date
October
10
Oct
21
21
2020
n/a
Online Event

The Miracle of the Cell will explore yet another set of narrowly fine-tuned parameters that make human life — and all life — possible in an otherwise inhospitable universe. Dr. Denton will be interviewed on the subject of his new book and will answer audience questions submitted by readers like yourself.

Date
October
10
Oct
16
16
2020

Three Authors Discuss Their New Book: The Price of Panic — How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe

A Webinar Hosted by the Science & Culture Network
Daniel Reeves
Date
October
10
Oct
16
16
2020
Online Event
The Science & Culture Network Chapter in Southern California, with support from Chapters in Houston and Colorado, invites you to join this upcoming webinar and Q&A with Douglas Axe, William Briggs, and Jay Richards — the three authors of the forthcoming book The Price of Panic — How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe. Regardless of what you’ve heard — or think you know — about the COVID-19 pandemic, The Price of Panic is sure to bring a fresh, new, and well-researched perspective to the table. The much-anticipated book is scheduled for release on October 13th, and we are privileged to have all three co-authors on this exclusive webinar to showcase its contents just days after release. Mark your calendars for Friday, October
Date
September
09
Sep
12
12
2020

The Promise of Design Triangulation

A Webinar Featuring Dr. Paul Nelson and Hosted by the Science & Culture Network
Daniel Reeves
Date
September
09
Sep
12
12
2020
Online Event
The Science & Culture Network Chapter in Colorado, with support from Chapters in Houston and Southern California, invites you to join this upcoming webinar and Q&A with Center for Science & Culture Senior Fellow Paul Nelson. Dr. Nelson will explain the concept of design triangulation and explore its promising application to biological discovery. Here’s a thought to whet your appetite. Have you ever successfully figured out how something complicated worked by observing the system carefully and then inferring from what you can see to what you haven’t yet seen? If so, you have used a method of reasoning we can call design triangulation. Design triangulation is widely employed in biology (in practice, if not in name) to predict the functional features of cells or
Date
July
07
Jul
30
30
2020

Beauty, Coherence, Semiotics and Coronavirus

UK Centre for Intelligent Design Webinars on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Editor
Date
July
07
Jul
30
30
2020

We are pleased to announce that the UK Centre for Intelligent Design will present a series of live-streamed webinars entitled ‘Design in Virology?’

Date
July
07
Jul
23
23
2020

The Molecular Biology of Coronaviruses

UK Centre for Intelligent Design Webinars on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Editor
Date
July
07
Jul
23
23
2020
Second in a series of webinars seeking to explain and explore the details and implications of the COVID-19 pandemic We are pleased to announce that the UK Centre for Intelligent Design will present a series of  live-streamed webinars entitled ‘Design in Virology?’  This series will explore some of the biological and biochemical dimensions of COVID-19 and discuss their implications. Webinar presenters include Michael Behe (Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute, Professor at Lehigh University, and author of Darwin’s Black Box, The Edge of Evolution, and Darwin Devolves), Jonathan McLatchie (Assistant Professor at Sattler College), and Hugo van Woerden (Director of Public Health at Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland). Each presenter will offer some time
Date
July
07
Jul
17
17
2020

The Biochemical Basis of COVID-19

UK Centre for Intelligent Design Webinars on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Editor
Date
July
07
Jul
17
17
2020
First in a series of webinars seeking to explain and explore the details and implications of the COVID-19 pandemic We are pleased to announce that the UK Centre for Intelligent Design will present a series of  live-streamed webinars entitled ‘Design in Virology?’  This series will explore some of the biological and biochemical dimensions of COVID-19 and discuss their implications. Webinar presenters include Michael Behe (Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute, Professor at Lehigh University, and author of Darwin’s Black Box, The Edge of Evolution, and Darwin Devolves), Jonathan McLatchie (Assistant Professor at Sattler College), and Hugo van Woerden (Director of Public Health at Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland). Each presenter will offer some time
Date
July
07
Jul
10
10
2020

C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society

The Center for Science and Culture
Date
July
07
Jul
10
10
2020
Seattle, WA
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society will explore the growing impact of science on politics, economics, social policy, bioethics, theology, and the arts during  the past century. The program is named after celebrated British writer C.S. Lewis, a perceptive critic of both scientism and technocracy in books such as The Abolition of Man and That Hideous Strength. Topics to be addressed include the history of science, the relationship between faith and science, the rise of scientific materialism, the debate over Darwinian theory and intelligent design, evolutionary conceptions of ethics, science and economics, science and criminal justice, stem cell research and abortion, eugenics, family life and sexuality, ecology and animal rights, climate

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