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Darwin made me do it

By Denyse O’Leary
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Evolution | Despite obvious facts and contradictions, evolutionary psychologists say nearly every human behavior can be explained by natural selection

The debate over whether to clone a woolly mammoth, Jurassic Park style

By Julie Borg
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Science | Scientists in Siberia uncovered a woolly mammoth so well-preserved it might be possible to extract DNA and create a living clone. Researchers are debating…

Interpretive dance

Interpretive dance

By Daniel James Devine
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Religion | The BioLogos Foundation is making a major, well-funded push to change the way Christians read Genesis and think about Adam and Eve

Unscientific method

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | BioLogos makes the case for evolution but excludes prominent critics

Bug control

By Julie Borg
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Science | White House stops funding for research that makes viruses worse

Computers may soon be able to read minds

By Julie Borg
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Science | Mind reading devices are no longer confined to the world of science fiction. Scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have developed a computer…

Are wind turbines making people sick?

By Julie Borg
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Science | The Brown County Health Board unanimously concluded last month that wind turbines, located on the Shirley Wind Farm in Glenmore, Wis., are a “human health…

Stephen Hawking’s search for ultimate meaning

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | New biopic The Theory of Everything tells the story of the famed scientist’s first marriage

Scientific fight over Darwinian evolution goes public

Scientific fight over Darwinian evolution goes public

By Dick Peterson
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Science | Doubts about the adequacy of modern evolutionary theory to explain how living organisms change over time have increased in recent years, but mostly behind lab…

Chip on the old block

Chip on the old block

By Julie Borg
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Science | Researchers are developing materials that repair themselves

Surgeons heal a paralyzed man with nose cells

By Julie Borg
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Science | Four years ago, 38 year-old Darek Fidyka was stabbed repeatedly in a brutal attack that severed his spinal chord and left him paralyzed from the chest down.

Scientists can now edit any gene they want

By Julie Borg
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Science | Biomedical researchers have developed a new technology that allows scientists to edit the genetic code of any species. The CRISPR (Clustered, Regularly…

 
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