December 25, 2005
Research into how evolution works has been named by Science Magazine as top science achievement of 2005, a year that also saw fierce debate erupt over “intelligent design.”
Science magazine’s breakthroughs of 2005:
Winner: Evolution in action. Genome sequencing and painstaking field observations shed light on the intricacies of how evolution works.
Runner up: Planetary blitz. Europe’s Huygens probe touched down on Saturn’s moon Titan in January.… read more