How Mitochondria Protect Themselves from Mutations
June 13, 2019
by Ross Anderson, PhD Mitochondria are very interesting and unique organelles. All eukaryotic cells possess them. They are indispensable in a number of cell activities beyond their well-known role of synthesizing the bulk of ATP used to power cells. Mitochondria reproduce at rates that are, for the most part, independent of the cell division […]
Crossing Guard Found in Mitochondrial Membranes
June 3, 2019
This is no ordinary crossing guard. It also acts as a bouncer or cop when bad proteins try to clog up the channel.
Design in Chemistry Explained by a PhD Chemist
February 27, 2019
Dr Henry Richter, chemist and spacecraft pioneer, presents chemistry as a manifestation of the Creator's wisdom.
Ode to the Amazing Atom
January 7, 2019
Space pioneer Henry Richter (PhD Chemistry, Caltech), explores the designed intricacies of the building blocks of the universe.
More Things You Didn’t Know About Your Body
September 27, 2017
You can live in it without knowing much about it, but these facts should add to your sense of awe.
How Well Do Evolutionists Understand Endosymbiosis?
February 16, 2016
The theory that early cells engulfed microbes that became mitochondria is often presented overconfidently.
Detailed Seeds Found in Early Cretaceous Rock
January 4, 2016
Hundreds of flowering plant seeds from early Cretaceous strata on two continents show exceptional preservation; how can they be 125 million years old?
First Rosetta Science Results Are Surprising
January 26, 2015
The first suite of science papers from the Rosetta mission has been published, giving new insights about comets.
Body Secrets You Never Heard Of
July 10, 2014
Your body is performing hi-tech processes all the time that (thank goodness) you never have to think about.