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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.

See Intelligent Design in a Heartbeat

A heart starts beating in a coordinated flash like a marching band begins.

Archive Classic: 2003 News on Cells

Here are two CEH articles from 20 years ago—worth reading—that were lost during the website upgrade.

Fossils Too Perfect for Deep Time

Evolutionists never question the vast ages for fossils that are exquisitely preserved.

Big Bang Failures Reach the Breaking Point

If prediction is a test of good science, Big Bang theory should be renamed Big Bust.

Genetics of Skin Color Defies Evolution

Skin color: We used to believe it was produced by 3 genes; the number is now 135.

Good Science Still Flourishing Without Darwinism

Take heart at the good things that are coming from Darwin-free research, especially findings that improve our lives.
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Hummingbird Wings Featured in New Short Video

Illustra's short film "Wings of Wonder" shares more about our favorite birds.

To Solve Problems, Look to Nature

A wealth of engineering solutions is all around us if we but observe and learn.

How Deer Grow Antlers

Some species of deer grow full sets of antlers every year. Learn what stem cells have to do with this.

Repair Implies Foresight Implies Design

Multiple mechanisms are at work maintaining the body and repairing injuries to cells and tissues.
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