Science: God, Genomes, and Galaxies

From the Large Hadron Collider to the Curiosity rover, looks back at what was trending in 2013 with our Year In Ideas series Science: God, Genomes, and Galaxies.


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About this series

From confirming the existence of the Higgs boson "God particle" to stunning photographs sent back from the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars, 2013 has seen unprecedented discoveries in the world of science.

Not only have we witnessed advances in the fields of biology, physics, and technology, the scientists who are participating in cutting-edge research and exploration have wowed us with their own stories. By engaging us through demonstrations and lectures on everything from genomics and artificial intelligence to asteroids and starships, we're not just observers anymore-- we're becoming active participants.

By supporting these endeavors, a new generation of minds (both young and old) will be inspired to join the ranks of the scientific community, whether it be through formal education of DIY projects, in order to help advance our understanding of the world around us, and our universe.

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