Dinosaurs, Deception and Defensiveness

Dinosaurs, Deception and Defensiveness

Dinosaur Ridge runs along an interstate highway just outside of Denver, Colorado. The convenient location provided both exercise and education on a recent morning before a scheduled evening flight. As is often the case, my colleague and hiking partner Bruce Gourley...
Could New Medical Technology Resurrect the Dead?

Could New Medical Technology Resurrect the Dead?

Researchers from Yale University have partially revived dead pigs, according to a peer-reviewed study published in Nature on August 3, 2022. In short, researchers took pigs that had no circulatory activity for over an hour and connected them to the OrganEx system,...
BioLogos Faith and Science 2022

BioLogos Faith and Science 2022

I attended the BioLogos 2022 Faith and Science Conference in San Diego, California, last week. Video interviews from the event can be screened here. BioLogos was founded in 2009 by Francis Collins, a leader within the Human Genome Project, former director of the...
Reliable Medical Research Vital to Public Health

Reliable Medical Research Vital to Public Health

The mantra of the COVID-19 pandemic has been, “Follow the science.” This statement assumes that science is unbiased, objective and not swayed by emotions. In theory, this is correct. Yet, who gets funding, what topics get funded and what research is published can...
Do Lab-Grown Embryos Have Rights?

Do Lab-Grown Embryos Have Rights?

Researchers are now able to reliably develop stem cells into artificial blastocysts, known as “human blastoids,” that mimic human embryos. This news from the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences was reported in Nature on Dec. 2....