Lately, I’ve read a news about gravitational waves. Last August, two neutron stars entered in collision which created a huge explosion that resulted in many gravitational waves and radioactive material. The first waves ever detected were in 2015, but with the last events, scientists have been able to detect for the first time light from a gravitational wave source. They also could observe the effects of that encounter between two neutron packed stars. At the moment it was detected, astronomers from all around the world focused their equipment on this extraordinary phenomenon.
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I recently read an article of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) about an advancement in biottchnology, named: New Artificial Chromosomes Set Stage for First Complex Synthetic Genome, written by Meagan Phelan, on March 9 2017. To summarize, it informs us that scientists of the Synthetic Yeast Genome Project (Sc2.0) are near to their goal to create a full synthetic yeast genome. In fact, they had already constructed six synthetics yeast chromosomes that represent more than one-third of yeast's entire genome.
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