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Science

Advances in carbon dating could help solidify biblical timeline

Fine-tuning our methods for dating artifacts could lead to greater accuracy.

C.S. Lewis ponders big questions in newly published letters

Author of the Narnia Chronicles had late-in-life correspondence with American scientist.

10 Saints who were leading scientists

There are plenty of Catholics who have contributed greatly to science; some of them are canonized or on their way.

7 Technological innovations to preserve the environment

The ecological crisis doesn't stand a chance in the 2020s.

They thought da Vinci was wrong, but science proved him right

"Salvator Mundi" was long thought to contain an error of physics, but now Leonardo's know-how is vindicated.

Catholic stem-cell research firm producing ethical cures

Iowa-based John Paul II Medical Research Institute has helped prevent dementia, death.

4 Catholic attitudes toward extraterrestrials

With help from Holmes and Hamlet, Francis and L'Engle.

This is the actual tunic worn by St. Francis of Assisi

Scientific testing appears to prove that a garment found in Cortona, Italy, belonged to the saint.

Gold dust may prove Shroud of Turin existed before carbon-date of 14th century

Italian researchers suggest the fought-over relic was in the Byzantine Empire as early as the 600s.

Groundbreaking research discovers how to put cancerous cells to “sleep,” for good

A team of Australian scientists developed a new anti-cancer drug which could prevent relapse in cancer patients.

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