DEC 23, 2018 06:21 PM PST

Science Magazine's Biggest Breakthroughs of 2018

WRITTEN BY: Carmen Leitch

Science magazine has chosen the projects they view as the biggest breakthroughs from 2018. These scientific endeavors span a wide variety of different fields, from environmental science to molecular biology. You can hear a quick summary of each of the ten different projects that were selected.

Their number one biggest scientific breakthrough from last year is announced around the fourth minute of the video. In that work, researchers combined cutting-edge technologies to follow the development of an organism from a single cell to the multitudes that compose an adult animal. Learn more about the study from the video.

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