Articles on this issue "biology"
The remains in an ancient lead coffin may indeed be those of St. Luke, as long believed, according to a new DNA analysis. Dr. Guido Barbujani, a population geneticist at the University of …read more
The North Pole is also the object of pilgrimages, where one can admire the intense reflection of Gods beauty, the Holy Father said this morning, when he received a group of explorers who hope …read more
The Rev. Arthur Peacocke, a biochemist and Anglican priest who has written widely about God and science, won the $1 million Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion today, the Associated Press …read more
French President Jacques Chirac criticized Britains decision last month to let scientists clone human embryos for medical research. He called instead for an international ban on the practice. …read more