Vote for your scientific breakthrough of the year winner


first_img Read More 35% Ebola vaccine The last few weeks of 2015 are upon us—the season of holidays, shopping lists, and end-of-the-year retrospectives. Here at Science, in keeping with tradition, our news writers and editors are getting ready to unveil the 20th “Breakthrough of the Year”: their choice of most momentous scientific discovery, development, or trend of 2015, to be announced when the last issue of the year goes online on 17 December.But there’s no need to wait—you can get in on the action now. Our top 10 finalists are listed below. Pick your favorite and send in your vote. We’ll tally the results and report the top-place finisher as our “People’s Choice” award, along with the editors’ pick. Check back for running totals, and see how your choice stacks up against ours. Vote for Breakthrough of the Year 2015! 00 Hours Read More Thank You for Voting! Thanks for voting! Come back on Monday, 7 December to view the final results Scroll down to see current voting results. Read More 1% CRISPR Read More 00 Minutes Pluto Submit Vote Homo naledi Read More Read More Read More Sort by ranking 3% Read More Voting ends Monday, 7 December Scroll down to see final results. 1% Thank You for Voting! Scroll up to see current voting results. Come back any time to see updated results and return on Monday, 7 December to view final results! 10% Time is running out. Vote Now! 00 Days Voting has not started. Voting begins Monday, 30 November 20% 6% Paleoindian DNA Opiate pathway in yeast Read More 2% Lymphatic system in the central nervous system Mantle plumes 15% Bell’s theorem 00 Seconds 6% Psychology replication Read Morelast_img

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