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/article/so-sad-about-dino-disease
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Scientists described the first evidence of a possible respiratory illness in a fossil. The common soil fungus Aspergillis can infect birds and reptiles today. The resulting disease, also called aspergillosis, causes the trachea’s soft tissues...

/article/dragon-art-defies-millions-of-years
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Of all the displays in the 30,000 square feet of the ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History in Dallas, the Dragon Encounters exhibit has become some visitors’ favorite. It shows ancient art depicting what look like extinct...

/article/simple-elegant-design-fruit-flies
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Graduate student Shiuan-Tze Wu led a study of some ingenious organization into the odor-sensing cells of fruit flies. He and his collaborators at the La Jolla campus of UC San Diego found that the odor-detector cells in the insects’ antennae...

/article/remembering-dr-kevin-anderson
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Dr. Kevin Anderson went to be with the Lord on January 16, 2022. He served the people of the Lord’s Kingdom with a lifetime of good scientific research. He earned a Ph.D. in Microbiology from Kansas State University, which qualified him for...

/article/pterosaur-contours-look-engineered
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Flying reptiles once flew through ancient skies. Most of our knowledge of these fascinating animals, called pterosaurs, comes from their fossils. But how well-suited were they for flight? Details from one newly analyzed specimen upgrade our...

/article/spider-silk-secrets-stun-scientists
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Two separate spider research projects published remarkable results, both in the journal Current Biology. These spiders’ specific features show their miniature skills, and cause us to marvel at their Maker. Andrew Gordus is a neurobiologist...

/article/evidence-flood-grand-canyon-coconino
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - The Coconino Sandstone, famously exposed near the top of Grand Canyon’s splendid sedimentary layers, remains a controversial rock. Two counterclaims vie for its origin. If wind formed the Coconino’s now-hardened sand dunes, then the...

/article/icr-first-dinosaur-excavation
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - ICR conducted its first paleontological excavation on September 4-5, 2021. Last years’ inspection of a site on private property in Wyoming concluded that bone material partly exposed from a Morrison Formation outcrop might indicate a dig...

/article/haleakala-national-park-young-looking-volcanoes
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - You can start the day atop the cold peak of Mt. Haleakala and end it on a warm beach on Maui. The sprawling volcanic mountain rises 10,000 feet above sea level. Nēnē birds, cattle, horses, and people populate its slopes and summits. When did...

/article/did-dinosaur-herd-behavior-evolve
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - It is hard to identify the behavior of creatures just from their fossils. An international team of paleontologists tried just that on a big group of dinosaur fossils from Argentina. Their Mussaurus specimens included developmental stages from egg...

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