Check out the link to World Magazine's "Roundups." This week in the Beginnings section which reports on science and intelligent design, includes several articles I thought would be of interest to you.
1. Another adult stem cell breakthrough treatment that has prevented blindness and paralysis in patients with a neurological disease in which the immune system attacks the body's own cells in the central nervous system. This is in contrast to using embryonic stem cells which so far have not produced anything of consequence to date.
2. This years Nobel Prize winning research on how cells use oxygen, is the result of using reverse engineering techniques. "Time and again, the use of the design inference to guide the study of living systems pays enormous dividends," says Michael Egnor of The Discovery Institute.
3. A public service announcement from 70 years ago (1948) regarding the spread of airborne viral illness's, is still sage advice today. The commercial is quite humorous.
Click to the World Magazine Link