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What Has Science Taught Us In 2017?

What Has Science Taught Us In 2017?
From Lifehack - December 29, 2017

Taking a tow down memory lane, the year 2017 held so much spectacular events. No, this is not about President Donald Trumps twitter fights and all the unimportant confusions and contraptions we were all forced to deal with. The article The Top 10 Science Stories of 2017 byAndrea Gawrylewskigives us a breakdown of the most important scientific happenings witnessed during the year. While we are still trying to grasp many of these events, the list looks interesting and we hope 2018 comes with breathtaking, science happenings like the outgoing year.Taking a tow down memory lane, the year 2017 held so much spectacular events. No, this is not about President Donald Trumps twitter fights and all the unimportant confusions and contraptions we were all forced to deal with. The articleThe Top 10 Science Stories of 2017 byAndrea Gawrylewskigives us a breakdown of the most important scientific happenings witnessed during the year. While we are still trying to grasp many of these events, the list looks interesting and we hope 2018 comes with breathtaking, science happenings like the outgoing year.

The Many Faces Of The Science Events Witnessed in 2017

Science events happened in several categories. In this article, Andrea Gawrylewski selected the two most important developments in five topic areas, based on editors top picks and the most popular articles at shared on Scientific American. It is interesting to see that the list covers:

Scientists had a busy year in 2017. A delve into the events will reveal just how much they were busy.

Spectacular Science Events As They Happened in 2017

On August 21, 2017, the US witnessed a total solar eclipse that travelled through its entire city in 99 years. This event availed scientists with the rare opportunity to observe the suns chemistry, Einstenian relativity and other relatively uncharted waters in the study of our solar system. Many of the findings they will find will only be revealed in 2018, so it promises to be an exciting year for science. 2017 also witnessed the collision of two neutron stars by astronomers affiliated to the gravitational wave observatory. 2017 was also hurricane season and it aroused a challenge and call to action as regards our climate and peeling planet. The collection also includes President Trumps decision to withdraw the US from the Paris climate accord.

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