What has been the most significant scientific development this year?
Science’s reporters and editors are debating that question as they home in on the 2019 Breakthrough of the Year. Their selection, along with nine runners-up, will be announced when the last issue of the year goes online on 19 December.
Prof. Liran Carmel's paper "Reconstructing Denisovan Anatomy Using DNA Methylation Maps." is one of 12 papers currently running for this title.
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Foloowing the initial vote Prof. Carmel's publication is now one of the final four.
Prof. Carmel's article was selected on 19.1.19 as the greatest breakthrough of 2019 by the readers of Science magazine
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