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Ingestible robots could help save kids who swallow batteries

By Julie Borg
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Science | Two-year-old Briana Florer loved Frozen and Minnie Mouse. She was just beginning to talk. But three days after Christmas she died after swallowing a silver…

Templeton Foundation funds search for ‘evolutionary rethink’

Templeton Foundation funds search for ‘evolutionary rethink’

By Dick Peterson
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Evolution | It’s not just creationists and proponents of intelligent design chipping away at the Darwinian evolutionary model anymore. With help from an $8.7 million…

High-tech fabric could help mop up major oil spills

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | The explosion and sinking of BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico six years ago resulted in what is considered the largest marine oil spill…

Life with Lyme

By Julie Borg
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Science | For long-term Lyme patients, treatment is a matter of dispute

After a fiery trial

By Sophia Lee
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Science | Intelligent design proponent David Coppedge reflects on his wrongful termination lawsuit and walking through the valleys of life

Mom’s nurture can turbo-charge preschoolers’ brain growth

Mom’s nurture can turbo-charge preschoolers’ brain growth

By Julie Borg
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Science | This Mother’s Day, many moms across the nation will receive crayon scribbles, construction paper bracelets, and dandelion bouquets from their young…

Children of the state

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Science | Scientism is no basis for sound education or a healthy society

Tea in Denali

Tea in Denali

By Marvin Olasky
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Intelligent Design | A fanciful walk along the Savage River

Survey: Darwinism is to blame for eroding belief in human dignity

Survey: Darwinism is to blame for eroding belief in human dignity

By Dick Peterson
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Intelligent Design | A new Discovery Institute survey confirms what scholars have long thought: Darwinism erodes the belief that humans occupy an exceptional place among living…

Study: When tests detect birth defects, babies can still be born healthy

Study: When tests detect birth defects, babies can still be born healthy

By Julie Borg
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Science | New research suggests women who terminate their pregnancies because of an abnormal prenatal test may be aborting perfectly healthy babies. Doctors…

Way out there

Way out there

By Julie Borg
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Science | Pluto proves itself a puzzler for scientists

Scientists grow a beating heart with adult stem cells

Scientists grow a beating heart with adult stem cells

By Julie Borg
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Science | Worldwide, nearly 50,000 people are waiting for heart transplants. But donor organs are in short supply, and about 90 percent of those patients will not…

 
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