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2002 Science Year in Review

The year 2002 ended with a report, if confirmed, of a real scientific blockbuster: the birth of a cloned human baby. But is that really the biggest science story of the year? Join host Ira Flatow for a look back at the most significant scientific advances of the past year, and a look ahead at the ones to watch for in 2003.


K.C. Cole, author of Mind Over Matter: Conversations with the Cosmos (forthcoming, Harcourt Trade Publishers) and science correspondent for The Los Angeles Times.

Stephen Petranek, editor-in-chief Discover, N.Y.

Paul Raeburn, senior writer Business Week, New York, N.Y.

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Ira Flatow