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NCSE is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Reports of the National Center for Science Education is now available on-line. 

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Armed Forces in the Cell Keep DNA Healthy

When DNA breaks or the cell is invaded by viruses, squads of "armed forces" and medics stand at the ready for combat, triage, and surgical operations. Evolution News & Views
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Toppling Another Evolutionary Icon, ENCODE Data Suggests Endogenous Retroviruses Are Functional

ERVs are a favorite with Darwin defenders, claimed as a support for common descent. Casey Luskin
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For Your Labor Day Weekend Consideration: Alfred Russel Wallace, Scientist and Working Man

Take a moment to consider the impact of labor on the development of evolutionary theory. Evolution News & Views
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Human Exceptionalism Prevails in New York

The highest court in the state has refused to hear an appeal seeking to create chimp personhood. Wesley J. Smith
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Unanswered Questions: New York Times Highlights the Benefits of Teaching "Ignorance" in Science

It's encouraging to find a discussion like this in what might seem to be an unlikely place. Sarah Chaffee
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Will Provine (1942-2015): A Personal Remembrance

Will was the most Christian atheist I've ever known. Many Christians could learn a thing or two from his example. Paul Nelson
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William Provine Versus the ACLU-NCSE

Watch Dr. Provine interviewed by Ben Stein for the film Expelled. David Klinghoffer
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Darwin's Great-Great-Grandson Has an Excellent Idea

The Republican debate coming up September 16 on CNN is guaranteed to be...lively. David Klinghoffer
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Quebec to MDs: Thou Shalt Kill!

You went into medicine to be a healer and not a killer? Tough! Wesley J. Smith
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William Provine, RIP: Noble in His Honesty

The truth-telling Cornell professor was a nightmare for Darwin apologists. Evolution News & Views
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Biochemist Larry Moran Denies Darwin's Doubt, and We Doubt His Arguments

The University of Toronto scientist writes that he's "a little miffed" about being left out of Debating Darwin's Doubt. Ann Gauger
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Here Are the Secrets that Give Sea Lions and Jellyfish Their Edge as Swimmers

Of the many swimming things in Illustra's new film Living Waters, two stand out for special recognition even though little was said about them. Evolution News & Views
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Listen: Neil Steiner on Comparing Natural and Human-Engineered Systems

Dr. Steiner, an engineer and computer researcher at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Institute, talks with Casey Luskin. Evolution News & Views
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Why Advocates of Animal Rights Hate Animal Welfare

When a proponent of animal welfare spoke at the University of Guelph, a professor went apoplectic. Wesley J. Smith
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The Cardiovascular System: Regulating Heart Rate

To allow for the survival of our earliest ancestors, four different aspects of cardiac function would need to have been working properly. Howard Glicksman
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Eric Davidson dies

Eric Davidson

The eminent developmental biologist Eric Davidson died on September 1, 2015, at the age of 78, according to a September 2, 2015, notice from Caltech.

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William B. Provine dies

William B. Provine

The historian of science William B. Provine died on September 1, 2015, at the age of 73, according to a Facebook post from his wife.

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Polling trust in scientists in New Hampshire

Researchers asked residents of New Hampshire about their trust of scientists as a source of information about five topics: vaccines, climate change, nuclear power safety, evolution, and genetically modified organisms.

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