Scientific American: Most Important Science Stories of 2006

Most Important Science Stories of 2006. ‘Humans controlled computers with the power of thought, built an invisibility cloak, cracked the mystery of a 3,000-year-old computer, discovered a new element, unearthed a missing link and kicked Pluto out of the planet club – and those are just the highlights.’

My highlights include: The Fountain of Youth at the Bottom of a Wine Bottle?, Firm Develops Revolutionary New Method for Generating Human Embryonic Stem Cells without Harming Embryos, Radiation-Fueled Microbe Has Thrived Deep Underground for Past 20 Million Years, Existence of Dark Matter Proved, Element 118 Discovered Again – for the First Time, First Teleportation Between Light and Matter.

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