Looks like you are using an old version of Internet Explorer - Please update your browser
Flexible feet supposedly link humans with ape-like ancestors.
Sturgeon, thought to exist in only around 29 species worldwide, have long been considered living fossils.
Feathers are ruffled because the newest candidate for the first bird upsets the currently popular claim that Archaeopteryx was not a bird at all.
New “fresh flesh and blood” mammoth discovery animates clonal hopes.
A biomechanical study of murre—one that dives well but also flies—presumably sheds light on penguin flightlessness.
The Human Genome Project, supposedly disproved the possibility of all humans being descended from one man and woman. But what does the science really show?
The firestorm that erupted over a Christian school’s fourth grade science quiz was featured Sunday, May 19, in a South Carolina newspaper.
Bladderwort DNA is 97% junk-free: Are there evolutionary implications?
Is there any real difference between Gosnell’s victims and the invisible millions.
No results found in .