Not with a bang, but a whimper
After more than a decade of research on embryonic stem cells, scientists are quietly moving on to greener pastures.
C.S. Lewis foresaw that science would be manipulated at the expense of humanity, says the editor of a new collection of essays about him.
The World Turned Upside Down
In an age of reason, we are behaving increasingly irrationally, contends a leading British journalist
Free will and fruit flies
If we are just a sack of chemical reactions and have no free will, shouldn't we change our legal system accordingly?
Should we clone Neanderthals?
Forget the jokes. A Harvard professor is
What science knows and how it knows it
A defence of rationality and common sense from an Australian mathematician is a must-read as an antidote to post-modernist scepticism.
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