What A Year!

what-a-year_300716540The award-winning What A Year! program brings recent biomedical research discoveries to middle and high school students.

The What A Year! editor spends every day reading through scientific journals, conference programs and science websites to find the best breakthroughs on which to report.

Want to learn about a nano-tattoo that may someday replace repeated finger sticks for people with diabetes? Or why hibernating bears don’t end up with fragile bones, the way hibernating people would

What A Year! awaits you on-line. Just click here.

What A Year! is free. Just click and view. You can also sign up to get our monthly e-mail announcement or get a Tweet.

Each month of the school year (September – June) you can learn about medical advances, what they might mean for future cures and treatments, and a little about the people who dedicate their lives to research.

What A Year! stories are archived on the What A Year! website and at the Life Science Teaching Resource Community, a project of the American Physiological Society.