From Ebola to virtual reality, here's what the year has in store for science
In 2015, advances in science and engineering will once again shape the world in profound ways. Here are the most important.
Wind Power Moves Offshore
Ebola Drugs Reach West Africa
Ultrafast Data Transfer Speeds Up Science
Probes Solve The Mystery Of Dwarf Planets
General Relativity Gets Put To The Test
Commercial Space Habitats Go For Launch
Western States Face The Water Crisis
Robots Join The Open-Source Revolution
Virtual Reality Meets Its Public
Biosimilars Hit The U.S. Market
This article was originally published in the January 2015 issue of Popular Science, under the title, "The Year In Ideas."