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Biologist Douglas Axe on Evolution’s Ability to Produce New Functions

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On this special video edition of ID the Future, Dr. Douglas Axe answers the question: How hard would it be for evolution to produce a different function for a protein?

Dr. Axe is a co-author of Science and Human Origins, a new book from Discovery Institute Press that boldly addresses some of the most popular evolutionary agruments pertaining to controversial claims that humans and apes are related through common ancestry.

Visit the Science and Human Origins website to download a free sample chapter of the book.

Douglas Axe

Maxwell Visiting Professor of Molecular Biology at Biola University
Douglas Axe is the Maxwell Professor of Molecular Biology at Biola University, the founding Director of Biologic Institute, the founding Editor of BIO-Complexity, and the author of Undeniable: How Biology Confirms Our Intuition That Life Is Designed. After completing his PhD at Caltech, he held postdoctoral and research scientist positions at the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Medical Research Council Centre. His research, which examines the functional and structural constraints on the evolution of proteins and protein systems, has been featured in many scientific journals, including the Journal of Molecular Biology, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, BIO-Complexity, and Nature, and in such books as Signature in the Cell and Darwin’s Doubt by Stephen Meyer and Life’s Solution by Simon Conway Morris.
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