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James Tour Lab Hammers Cancer

James Tour's lab at Rice has found a way to hammer cancer cells to smithereens with light.

Archive: Horses’ “Vestigial Muscles” Are Really Dampers

This reprint from 22 years ago is sure to be a hit with horseback riders.

How DNA Is Packaged in Sperm Cells

No Evidence Exists for Sperm Evolution: More Complex than Assume Just a Few Months ago

The Greatest Miracle of Jesus

An eye surgeon considers the implications of giving sight to someone who never saw.

ID Pioneer Ponders Theology

A key figure in the intelligent design movement considers the worldview implications of the fine tuning he has documented.
The geyser plumes of Enceladus can be seen from long distances

Archive: Enceladus Eruptions Reported (2005)

We were among the first to announce the geysers found on Enceladus.

Spotted and Striped: Why Many Animals Have Elaborate Patterns

Evolutionists are at a loss to explain the patterns that adorn many diverse animals.

More Details on Sperm Design Published

Yet more experimental research documents intelligent design of sperm cells.

The Eyes Have It: Another Case of Evolution Falsification

A comparison of cephalopod eyes with mammal eyes does not demonstrate Darwinian evolution.

James Tour Is On a Roll

Saving the planet while demolishing Darwinism, this Christian chemist is blazing a new trail of beneficial science.

Illustra Highlights a Monarch Wonder

Learn about butterflies that live long and fly thousands of miles to an exact spot they have never seen.

Your Nose Smells in Stereo

Scientific understanding of olfactory information reaching the brain has doubled.

Archive: Tiny RNAs Discovered (2001)

The discovery of micro-RNAs, announced 22 years ago, launched a huge new effort into epigenetics: cataloging and understanding the many parts of the cell that regulate genes.

Archive: Masters of Venom—Cone Snails

This CEH article from 20 years ago is reproduced for our readers' contemplation and fascination.

Plants Do Calculus

A simple shoot emerging from the soil can add, subtract, and integrate multiple dynamic signals over time.
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