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2015: The year in science

Scientists tackled many daunting challenges this year, from fighting climate change to brokering the Iran weapons deal. Here, Nature highlights the people, events and discoveries in science that made a difference in 2015.

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Nature's 10

  • SPECIAL FEATURE: Nature's 10

    Nature profiles ten people who mattered in science this year: from climate leader Christiana Figueres who charted the path to a new global climate agreement, to Junjiu Huang who edited the genes of human embryos for the first time.

    Nature (17 December 2015)

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