ARN’s Dennis Wagner on the Top 10 Science Stories of 2011

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On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin talks with ARN Executive Director Dennis Wagner on the Access Research Network’s Top 10 Science Stories of 2011. Gaining top honors on the list was the publication of the 50th peer-reviewed pro-ID scientific paper. Biomemetics, the field of science where man tries to mimic designs found in nature, made the top 10 list again this year with inventors from Harvard building a prototype butterfly and researchers in China reverse-engineering the woodpecker in order to build a better shock-absorbing system. Tune in to find out what else made science headlines in 2011.

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Academic Freedom and the Media: A Look at the Top Media Stories of 2009 With Dennis Wagner

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This episode of ID the Future kicks off a series of podcasts for Academic Freedom Week, where we take a look back over the academic freedom stories in the media last year and look ahead to the current struggles for academic freedom in the debate over evolution and intelligent design. Continue reading