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PBS NEWSHOUR

How politics overshadowed science in 2017

  • Aired: 12/20/2017
  • 07:33
  • Rating: NR
Scientists taking to the streets, enormous icebergs rupturing, a solar eclipse that captured the nation's attention and new insights into the workings of the universe. 2017 has been quite a year in science. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien joins William Brangham to look back and add some context.
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In this year of scientific discoveries, insights and concerns, politics took centerstage.
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