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Automated Machine Learning Pipeline for Geochemical Analysis

A recent peer-reviewed paper funded by the Geoscience Research Institute uses machine learning techniques to analyze large geochemistry data sets from granitic and volcanic rocks. This introductory study may aid in understanding factors that affect geological rates, including the effects of water.

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GC Session 2022: Faith and Science Devotional Presentations

GRI devotionals, exploring the relationship between Scripture, faith, and science

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On the Origin of Life, Computer Code, and Brownies

Review by Arthur G. Schwarz of the book “The DNA Question: Where Does the Information Come From?"

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Untangler of Knots: The Amazing Topoisomerase Molecular Machine

New graphic animation by the Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture illustrates the carefully orchestrated untangling activity of topoisomerase II, a molecular machine that only works because its amino acid sequence is highly specified to provide a special shape and structure necessary for its function—a hallmark of intelligent design.

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Master's in Faith and Science

Intensive summer program offered over 2 years at the Facultad Adventista de Teología, in Sagunto, Spain, is open for registration.

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Origin and Development of Beaches

How are beaches originated? How long do they take to form?

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A Whale of a Story

New short video by The John 10:10 Project discusses design and the incredible set of adaptations for aquatic life exhibited by humpback whales

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Applications Open for Discovery Institute Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design

Organized by the Center for Science and Culture, the 2022 Summer Seminar program will be offered both in person and online.

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Temporal Evolution of Cooling by Natural Convection in an Enclosed Magma Chamber

Heating and cooling of magma (liquid rock) is an important topic of research for those studying igneous (granitic/volcanic type) rocks. One piece of the puzzle is understanding the role of magma movement, and the associated flow of heat by convection, in a magma chamber, although whether large magma chambers even exist is a significant point of discussion in the igneous petrology community. Dr. Carlos Zambra and Dr. Luciano González recently published a paper funded through the Geoscience Research Institute that does some computer modeling of these processes for a selected granitic body in Peru.

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