In spite of his new book’s title, Flynn does not suggest a simple yes or no answer to this question.
Todd Akin’s prominent takedown was just the latest example of America rising up to fend off the scientifically deluded.
Professor Tim Birkhead, author of The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Ornithology, is a birder of birders, and his new book, as its title implies, is an am
Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis's A Cooperative Species is an excellent primer on how biologists have sought to explain seemingly altruistic behavior
Science, like art, is a human expression. Roald Hoffmann has given a great deal of thought to how to convey this truth, which lies at the heart of the
In the first two thirds of Uncontrolled, Jim Manzi describes the historical development of the randomized field trial (RFT) and its philosophical basi
In Fictions of the Cosmos, Frédérique Aït-Touati flicks her finger and dismantles the bars that separate science and literature.
As paradigm shifts go, the invigoration of epigenetics is huge. Epigenetics revives a theory our high school biology teachers taught us was bunkum: La
Who will save science from the scientists? I often ponder that question when I peruse the writings of evolutionary psychologists—and did so once again
The pursuit of immortality is an old ancient longing, of course. It traces its origins back to the earliest days of scientific inquiry, and despite an