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“Microstructural architecture” of feathers makes them tough
Electron microscope unlocks the amazing design of the structures that makes avian flight possible.
by Jonathan Sarfati
What should Christians think about artificial selection and genetic modification?
Is it ok for humans to modify organisms? What about human-animal hybrids? We discuss the biblical and ethical guidelines for Christians in today’s world of rapidly developing biotechnology.
by Matthew Cserhati, Gary Bates
The sloth: Slowest mammal on Earth
This creature may lack speed, but its special features make gripping reading.
by Craig Perman
The blue rose
Why couldn’t one be bred?
by Gordon Howard
The surprising ‘belwhal’
DNA reveals beluga-narwhal hybrid
by Phil Robinson
Comparing chromosomes and genomes
Towards a better understanding of the types of genomic changes that have occurred throughout history in the creation model
by Jean K Lightner
Bunchberry bang!
High-speed video cameras have catapulted the bunchberry dogwood plant into the spotlight—and the record books.
by David Catchpoole
Does animal death glorify God?
Answering questions about the role of animal death in God’s creation, and what value God assigns to animal life.
by Lita Sanders
Mirror spider “like a disco ball”
God’s amazing creation is full of never-ending surprises
by David Catchpoole
Marvellous moth motif
An amazing portrait of a mammal’s face—on the wings of a moth—defies Darwinian explanations in its sheer detail.
by Emil Silvestru
The Japanese Sparrowhawk
The hunter so well designed it perfectly fits into a specific habitat.
by Jillene Bailey
Black butterfly wings inspire solar cell design
Solar cell modelled on butterfly wing absorbs twice as much sunlight
by Jonathan Sarfati