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Origins & Design 19:2. Winter 1999

About the Contributors

Michael J. Denton (M.B., Ch.B., Bristol University; Ph. D., Developmental Biology, Kings College, London) is the Senior Research Fellow in Human Molecular Genetics at the University of Otago in New Zealand, where he has been since 1990. His main research interest is the genetics of human retinal disease. He has written or co-authored over seventy articles in professional journals, and two books, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis (1984) and Nature’s Destiny (1998).

Dennis Feucht is an electronics engineer, has done leading-edge electronics design of high-performance test instruments, robotics, and motion control systems for 30 years. He is owner of Innovatia Laboratories and is the American Scientific Affiliation newsletter editor. His email address is Technical background is given at website

Jed Macosko (B.S., Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is the author of numerous articles on the influenza virus and is completing his Ph.D. in chemistry this spring at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1996 he was awarded a two year NIH biophysical training grant for his research on membrane fusion. Currently, he is extending a protein-only spectroscopic technique to also probe RNA molecules. He is a winner of MIT’s Merck Index award for highest academic achievement in chemistry.

Lydia McGrew (Ph.D., English Literature, Vanderbilt) has contributed articles to Public Affairs Quarterly, Journal of Philosophical Research, and Idealistic Studies. She currently home-schools her older daughter, Bethel.

David Tyler (Ph.D., Management Science, University of Manchester; M.Sc., Physics, Loughborough University) is Senior Lecturer in Manufacturing Systems at Manchester Metropolitan University. He has authored or co-authored over 50 papers and articles relating to his professional interests, and has written one undergraduate textbook in the area of materials management. He has written over 30 articles that seek to develop a Christian perspective of origins.

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