A Theory of Biological Design
Engineer Steve Laufmann discusses a theory of biological design. Laufmann is co-author of the book Your Designed Body.
Synthetic Biology: What New Therapies Are in Store?
Babak Parviz, Vice President at Amazon, leads a discussion on synthetic biology, the multi-disciplinary field that applies engineering principles to redesign biological systems for new purposes. The panel focuses on bio-medical technologies that hold great promise for curing diseases and even counteracting human aging.
Brian Miller Answers Questions about the Relevance of Engineering to Biology
Breakout Paper in Journal of Theoretical Biology Explicitly Supports Intelligent Design
Corruption Watch: Biology Journal Blames the Innocent, Turns ID Scientists into Fall Guys
An Antidote to Despair
An Introduction to Intelligent Design
Click here for a reproducible PDF of this article.PDF En Español Intelligent design — often called “ID” — is a scientific theory that holds that the emergence of some features of the universe and living things is best explained by an intelligent cause rather than an undirected process such as natural selection. ID theorists argue that design can be inferred Read More ›
What’s your function function?
The myth of junk DNA continues to unravel. Almost daily (sometimes twice daily) new peer-reviewed articles are appearing in the scientific literature pointing out the functions of previously believed to be “non-functioning” or junk DNA. CSC’s Research Coordinator Casey Luskin says: “When we look for function, we find it, and when we don’t look for function, someone else finds it.” Read his report at Evolution News & Views.