The journal Science's pick for breakthrough of the year in 2005 is "evolution in action," focusing on studies of how &to=http://english.pravda.ru/society/2002/04/19/27771.html' target=_blank>evolution works and how it affects lives today.
Several research projects were discussed at meetings to choose the annual breakthrough winner.
"Then we realized they were all connected to evolution," said Colin J. Norman, news editor of Science. "We realized that if we put these together at the molecular level, it's been a banner year for evolutionary research. It shows that evolution underlies all of biology."
Bruce Alberts of the University of California, San Francisco, a former president of the National Academy of Sciences, said the choice is "very timely. I like it."
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