Someone dropped me a line to tell me that the Biologics Institute is a separate organization from the Discovery Institute and that implying differently wasn't fair.
So I guess this line from their own about page (http://biologicinstitute.org/about/) was just my imagination:
"Its founding was made possible by Discovery Institute’s Center for Science andAnd here is another one from their contacts page (http://biologicinstitute.org/contact/):
Culture, which continues to support its ongoing work."
I am just imagining this, right? Anyone else remember how Doug Axe, the current director of the BI, was featured in the Wedge Strategy Document? The playbook of the Discovery Institute? And how the his 'work' was featured in The Edge of Evolution by Michael Behe, and Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer. If those names look familiar, look over at the DI website and their list of folks.
Press inquiries should be directed to:
Robert L. Crowther, II
Director of Communications
Center for Science & Culture
All other inquiries can be made to:
16310 NE 80th Street
Redmond, WA 98052 USA
Their information on ID is identical to the DI, including a link to the DI's own Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture's Intelligent Design website (http://www.intelligentdesign.org/whatisid.php).
So on paper the two organizations may be different, and I am sure they are separate on the tax paperwork. But the DI handles their PR and funds them. In my opinion a difference that makes no difference is no difference.