The 80 academicians, who include dozens of Nobel Prize winners, come from the fields of astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics, biology, medicine, botany, zoology, genetics and physiology and other specialties.
Pope urges scientists to work for peace, protect the planet
‘Trust the science,’ but do not idolize it, says Vatican astronomer
Brother Consolmagno wrote an article saying that that those who are stubbornly skeptical of science and those who eagerly embrace science as infallible both have a dangerous misunderstanding of the nature of science.
The search for life beyond Earth is as much theological as it is scientific
Scientific discoveries are energizing the queries not just about the possibility of rational, or intelligent, life, but also about God’s role in life elsewhere and if there may be an incarnational experience beyond Earth.
Mysteries, dragons, saints fill summer reading for Catholic youth
Don’t miss these offerings for young readers.
March for Life in January will emphasize ‘pro-life is pro-science’
Next year’s March for Life plans to fortify its pro-life message with science that proves life begins at conception and with a specific focus on stem-cell research.
Bill Nye is not the Philosophy Guy
Reliable sources have informed me that for the millennial generation Bill Nye is a figure of great importance, due to his widely-watched program from the 1990s […]