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Dunkin’ Donuts strips munchkins of their nanoparticles

Dunkin’ Donuts strips munchkins of their nanoparticles

By Julie Borg
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Food | For a limited time only, Dunkin’ Donuts customers can order their sugary breakfast treats sprinkled with candies, glazed with chocolate, or dusted with…

A college that blends science and God

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | President Dale Lunsford talks about the unusual mission of LeTourneau University

‘Scientists say’

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Climate Change | The blessing and curse of writing well is that in college you can produce term papers full of nonsense and get an “A.” A discerning professor will flag it…

Evolutionists kill academic freedom bills in four state legislatures

Evolutionists kill academic freedom bills in four state legislatures

By Dick Peterson
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Education | Public school science teachers want to teach without fear of discipline, demotion, or termination when the curriculum touches topics that are controversial…

Regulating the ‘marketplace of children’

Regulating the ‘marketplace of children’

By Daniel James Devine
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Family | Conceived by donated sperm or egg, some adult children are calling for regulation of third-party reproduction

Applying a Christian worldview to the vaccination issue

Applying a Christian worldview to the vaccination issue

By Marvin Olasky
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Health | Digging deeper into the difficult questions surrounding this complicated debate

Stirring up a hornets’ nest

Stirring up a hornets’ nest

By Marvin Olasky
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Health | Vaccine stories spark intense reactions

High-end property

By Julie Borg
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Science | Companies may soon be staking claims on the lunar frontier

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

Scientists grow pieces of miniature human lab rats

By Julie Borg
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Science | A bioterror attack 14 years ago killed five people and sickened another 17 when someone spread anthrax through the United States Postal Service. That attack…

New fern discovery pokes hole in evolutionary theory assumptions

New fern discovery pokes hole in evolutionary theory assumptions

By Julie Borg
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Science | Evolutionary biologists have announced the recent discovery in France of a hybrid fern species they claim to be as exciting as discovering a manatee could…

Sailing on sunlight

By Julie Borg
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Science | Engineers develop spacecraft powered by solar energy

New sensors warn of failure in bridges, medical devices

By Julie Borg
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Technology | Bridges about to suffer structural failure might soon be able to send a warning of the impending danger before a catastrophic collapse. Knee replacements or…

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