Episode 72 – 2011 Science Breakthroughs of the Year
To kick off the new year, we invited Pamela Hines , senior editor at Science, to talk with us about science in 2011. From the farthest reaches of the universe to the deepest mysteries of the cell, Hines highlights the major science breakthroughs of 2011. Listen to the episode to hear about these discoveries, and what we might expect to see in 2012.
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- 2011 Breakthrough of the Year
- “HIV Treatment as Prevention” (Science Abstract)
- “HIV Treatment Dramatically Prevents Heterosexual Transmission” (Science Insider)
- Hayabusa Mission Website
- “Australopithecus sediba May Have Paved the Way for Homo“ (AAAS News Release)
- “Malaria Vaccine Meets (Modest) Expectations” (Science Now)
- Laser Mosquito Killer (YouTube)
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