Julie Borg

Julie is a clinical psychologist and writer who lives in Dayton, Ohio. She reports on science and intelligent design for WORLD Magazine and WORLD Digital.


Bee design

Science | Divine design protects honeybees from disease
by Julie Borg
Posted 7/18/19, 03:47 pm

The ability of honeybees to pass immunity to certain diseases from one bee to another has baffled scientists for years.

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DNA reveals God’s coded messages

Science | Growing knowledge of genetic analysis reveals detailed design everywhere
by Julie Borg
Posted 7/11/19, 03:38 pm

As science’s ability to detect and sequence DNA improves, it becomes increasingly evident that creation is embedded with specific and complex coded messages that didn’t just appear out of nowhere.

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E.I. Galanzha et al., Science Translational Medicine

Search and destroy

Science | New laser technology detects cancer cells in blood
by Julie Borg
Posted 7/04/19, 03:30 pm

A new type of laser can find and destroy cancerous melanoma cells in blood with 1,000 times the sensitivity of current detection tools. Most melanoma-related deaths occur because malignant cells at the original tumor site seep into the blood and spread to vital organs before doctors find them, Vladimir Zharov, director of the nanomedicine center at the University of Arkansas, told Live Science.

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