My longer-time readers know that, as we close out another year, I like to take a look back at some of my favorite research stories from these past 12 months. So here it is…Judy’s “the best of 2018” top 10 list, in chronological order:
It really strikes me that research really is progressing in some areas, and that is great news. Parkinson’s, for just one example – scientists have made tremendous strides this year alone. I am really excited to see what 2019 brings! And as always, you Biome Buzzers will be the first to know.
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