Origins scientist Paul Davies explains why the machinery of the cell is so extraordinarily clever
Physicist Paul Davies explains why Darwin steered clear of explaining the origin of life and why the complexity of the first life form remains so mysterious.
Physicist Paul Davies shares what it would take for him to believe in God.
Two leading voices in Origins of Life research, Paul Davies and Jeremy England, discuss whether a new understanding of physics could be the key to unlocking the mystery of how life first emerged. But where does this leave the concept of God as creator?
Physicist Paul Davies explains why he thinks we need a new physics for the origin of life to find a principle for why life emerges in the universe.
There are few scientists that can be said to have touched the public imagination. Physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking is one such scientist.
Our universe is just right for structure such as galaxies, planets and life to form.
"'Let There Be Light': Religion and the Birth of Modern Science," conversation with Jameel Sadik "Jim" Al-Khalili (University of Surrey); Keith Ward (Christ Church, Oxford), with responses from Paul C. W. Davies (ASU); Hava Tirosh-Samuelson (ASU) and moderated by Pauline Davies (ASU).
Paul Davies appointed as a member to the Copernicus Space Corporation Distinguished and Visionary Strategic & Scientific Advisory Board.
Dr. Davies joins other renowned and highly regarded astrophysics, astrobiology, space exploration, mathematics and technology business experts to the Copernicus SSAB.