This is the time of year when publications indulge in bittersweet reminiscence, and GEN is no exception. Here at GEN, however, we would like to share our sentimental duty with our readers. And so we are asking our readers to tell us which of four story categories they consider most compelling. Over the past year, stories from these four categories consistently scored the most page views. But which category will be deemed the most “click worthy” in this last-minute runoff?

Poll Question:
Which story category was most compelling in 2014?

Uncovering Ebola’s mechanisms and furthering drug and vaccine development.

CRISPR gene-editing technology upgrades and applications.

The discrediting of STAP, the “acid shock” approach to stem cell creation.

Surveying the epigenetic landscape and mapping alternative hereditary paths.

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