11 thoughts on “Breakthrough of the Year, 2016”

  1. the scientific breakthrough of 2016 will have no impact on humanity within our lifetime. How anti climactic.

  2. We live on an over-populated planet, and we are wasting time researching fertility. Does that make any sense?

  3. (at) 2:08 I see another use for those super lenses: super-thin glasses, regardless of degree of visual impairment, perhaps with augmented reality tech embedded in them … something to look forward to in the next few years …

  4. You said about using protein cages to transport drugs around the body but what about buckminsterfullerene?

  5. Breakthrough of the Year, 2017: Human survivors discover some rocks and bones are sharper than others

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