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How Press Coverage Limits Controversy in the U.S. Over Plant Biotechnology

by Matt Nisbet
Science and the Media
February 22, 2006

When the WTO ruled last week that the European Union had violated international trade rules by blocking U.S. imports...

Auras and Indigo Children

by Mario Mendez-Acosta
February 15, 2006

Beliefs in diverse paranormal phenomena tend to show a cyclical character, just like the width of neckties in vogue.

Intelligent Design hits Australia

by Denise Sutherland
January 28, 2006

Earlier this year I stumbled across the Intelligent Design debate, courtesy of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Psychic Predictions 2005

Psychic Predictions 2005

by Gene Emery
Psychic Predictions
January 17, 2006

There's 2005, and then there's the 2005 that never was but was supposed to have been, at least if you believed the psychics.

Welcome to Science Court

by Chris Mooney
Doubt and About
January 9, 2006

The ruling in the Dover evolution trial shows what the legal and scientific processes have in common—intellectual rigor

The New Partisan Divide in Public Opinion about Stem Cell Research

by Matt Nisbet
Science and the Media
January 9, 2006

It is still too early to gauge any public opinion fallout from the Korean stem cell scandal.

Why is it Unconstitutional to Teach Intelligent Design?

by Jason Rosenhouse
December 29, 2005

On December 20, 2005, federal judge John Jones handed down his decision in the case Kitzmiller...

The Mousetrap

by John Allen Paulos
December 19, 2005

Intelligent design rejects Darwin’s theory of evolution as being unable to explain the complexity of life.

Upping the Anti

by Chris Mooney
Doubt and About
December 8, 2005

Tom Bethell takes the modern political right’s “war on science” to a whole new level.

Putting the “Natural” in Natural History: Darwin Exhibit Opens In New York

Putting the “Natural” in Natural History: Darwin Exhibit Opens In New York

by Austin Dacey
November 30, 2005

On the sunny autumn afternoon of Saturday, November 19, I was among the enthusiastic throng at the opening of a new...

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