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Graeme Clark : the man who invented the bionic ear by Mark Worthing is now available for purchase through the ISCAST office.

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ISCAST Fellows, James Garth and the Rationalist Society of Australia's survey into the different ways we use the word faith has come up with some very interesting results.

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Whenever I mention that I specialize in religion and science, one of the first questions is "Are you a scientist?" Well, actually, I'm not. And there's a reason. I'm a Christian -- as well as a pastor and theologian specializing in this field -- who has found that scientific insights enhance, challenge, and strengthen my faith. Moreover, I've discovered, for the Christian message to have any impact today, it must engage science.

Do we - or should we - have the right to choose when and how we die?




Jeffrey Schloss reviews Jerry Coyne's 'Faith versus Fact'.



A new study has shown that high frequency vibrations can cause bricks to self-assemble into a larger 3D object, a finding that may one day help do away with the need for factory assembly lines.



Who are today's science rockstars? Jade Lovell reports from VidCon.




Over 1,000 AI & robotics experts call for ban on autonomous offensive weapons.





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