A Year of Ups and Downs for Science
The first neutrinos from outer space. A landmark ruling on gene patents. And a science shutdown. Ira Flatow and a panel of editors and bloggers discuss the year’s biggest science stories, and a few predictions that didn’t pan out.
Mariette DiChristina is editor-in-chief of Scientific American in New York, New York.
Paul Raeburn is author of Do Fathers Matter? What Science is Telling Us About the Parent We’ve Overlooked (Scientific American/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014) and chief media critic at the Knight Science Journalism Tracker at MIT in New York, New York.
Joshua Topolsky was the editor in chief of The Verge in New York, New York.