Each year, Science’s editors and writers highlight a top research achievement as their Breakthrough of the Year. For 2018, the honor goes to tracking development in exquisite detail, cell by cell. But there a lot of other advances to talk about, from the debut of an RNA interference drug to the first detection of a neutrino from another galaxy. Check them all out in this video run-down.
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