Groundbreaking [adjective]

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While Nobel prizes are often granted for work done decades ago—that’s typically how long it takes for a finding to prove to be truly groundbreaking for the field—Doudna and Charpentier made these contributions just a few years ago.

Doudna’s groundbreaking paper on CRISPR was published in 2012, and Oakes immediately saw the potential, so he joined her lab at Berkeley.

Adding a time element to data content may not seem groundbreaking, but it can be overlooked when hunting for takeaways.

Meanwhile, China is spending billions of dollars of its own and publishing groundbreaking experiments headed by its leading scientific light, the quantum physicist Pan Jianwei.

Pat Brown is a long-time Stanford biomedical researcher who’s done groundbreaking work in genetics.

This was a time of many innovations and groundbreaking scientific theories.