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Termites—to the glory of God!
How termites reflect the glory of their Creator.
by Don Batten
Electric spider flight
Spiders use electric fields in the atmosphere to help them get airborne
by Philip Bell
The Octopus
“Said to have ‘alien biology’, and are ‘too brainy’ for their age!”.
by David Catchpoole
Plants are ‘listening’!
Researchers discover pea seedling roots grow towards the sound of gurgling water.
by David Catchpoole
Micro-robot eyes inspired by jumping spider
Ingenious depth perception of jumping spider eyes has inspired designers of micro-robot eyes.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Stuart Burgess wins the 2019 James Clayton Prize
Creationists are often accused of bad science or worse but a multiple award-winning, world-class engineer keeps putting the lie to these claims.
by Philip Bell
Facing up to design
Our incredible facial expressivity—able to represent 21 distinct emotions—would appear to be overdesigned.
by David Catchpoole
Black butterfly wings inspire solar cell design
Solar cell modelled on butterfly wing absorbs twice as much sunlight
by Jonathan Sarfati
An eggcellent design
Eggshell nanostructure shows purposeful construction
by Phil Robinson
The albatross—master aviator of the ocean winds
Powered by ocean wind shear, the dynamic soaring of the albatross enables it to fly for thousands of miles just above the sea surface without flapping its wings.
by David Catchpoole
We are less than dust
Everything we see is mostly made up of empty space
by Robert Carter
Nature’s self-cleaning marvels: Who did the Research & Development?
Nobody saw her “billions of years of research and development”, yet ‘she’ is credited with nature’s marvels of engineering.
by David Catchpoole