What A Year! explains a biomedical research breakthrough each month of the school year and gives some information about the people behind it. You can learn what’s going on in your scientific back yard, and to dig a lot deeper if you want.
Right now, someone is announcing a new insight or a new discovery that could have a huge impact on all of us. Guaranteed.
But most of us don’t read scientific journals or attend scientific conferences. So we do not hear about such discoveries. The news doesn’t always make it onto TV or newspapers. Even finding it on the Internet is hard sometimes. And then it’s presented for the benefit of other scientists, not students in middle and high school.
The mission of What A Year! is to bring you great news in biomedical research in a way that you can appreciate and understand.
Each month we’ll put a new story here. What kind? Something that opens a whole new window on human or animal life. Or, something that might, after more research and development, lead to a cure for an illness, or a new way to treat a medical condition.
Check it out.