A Look Back at the Science Stories of 2006

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This year, science stories made headlines: Pluto was bumped from the planetary line-up. Google bought YouTube. Evidence grew for global warming. New York City declared war on trans fats and breast cancer rates dropped.


John Rennie, editor-in-chief; Scientific American

K.C. Cole, visiting professor, journalism, University of Southern California

Barron H. Lerner, M.D., author of When Illness Goes Public: Celebrity Patients and How We Look at Medicine; Angelica Berrie-Gold Foundation associate professor of medicine and public health; Columbia University Medical Center/Mailman School of Public Health

Adam Rogers, senior editor, Wired



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