Saturday, December 22, 2018

Science Magazine's Science Breakthough of the Year

Environmental & Science Education
STEM
History of Science
Edward Hessler

I hope you cast a vote in the People's Choice category (for Science magazine's website visitors) for the science breakthrough of  2018.

The journal Science's science breakthrough of the year is the same for both categories, visitors and magazine reporters and editors 

                                                    Development cell by cell

You may read about the winner and the runners up here.

In addition there is a video and discussion of three breakdowns in science for 2018: climate-fueled disaster rises, political action stalls; an ethically fraught gene-editing claim; and Brazilian science gutted.


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