most Important discoveries of the year
5 most Important discoveries of the year 2017

most Important discoveries from medical milestones to

This 2017 year may not quite be over, but there are vast and important arrays of discoveries made in the past months. Those start from medical milestones to archaeological digs to the new secrets of the solar system and the year 2017 has seen a myriad of miracles and the fruits of tireless research.

a 14,400 years old village

Ancient Village

A PhD Student, in anthropology Alisha Gauvreau at the University of Victoria, helped uncover a 14,400 years old village, during an excavation on Triquet Island, which located approximately 500 KM or 310 miles north of Victoria. The remains of the ancient village are three times older than the Giza pyramids included charcoal flakes, fish hooks, tools used for lighting fires and spears.

DNA of human embryos

DNA of human embryos

This past month July 2017, Oregon-based researchers revealed that they had successfully changed the DNA of human embryos via CRISPR pronounced “crisper” which stands for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats. Led by Shoukhrat Mitalipov of Oregon Health and Science University and the findings broke scientific ground this 2017, demonstrating the ability to correct defective genes that cause disease.

discovery inside one of the seven wonders

Discovery inside one of the seven wonders

A current discovery inside one of the seven wonders of the ancient world has set the archaeological world ablaze: a void hidden deep inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, the first discovery of a major structure inside the pyramid since the nineteenth century. The no less than 30-meter-long or 100-foot-long chamber situated over the grand gallery, amidst the pyramid; however, scientists and researchers are uncertain whether it had any reason besides structural. Japanese researchers utilizing muon radiography, a procedure that utilizations "muons," high-energy particles, found the void. The different areas of rock making up the pyramid absorbed muons; the denser zones assimilate more muons, whereas empty space does not absorb any. This method did not harm the structure at all. In turn, this method created three-dimensional pictures of the pyramid, showing the large void.

Planet Gliese 1132b 39 light-years from Earth

planet Gliese 1132b

The planet Gliese 1132b which is 39 light-years away from Earth, orbits a red dwarf star and has an atmosphere that scientists reported in April making it the first atmospheric exoplanet ( a planet which orbits a star outside the solar system “most of the 100 known exoplanets are comparable in mass to Jupiter”) to be a little bigger than Earth. Because of its proximity to Earth, the exoplanet initially dubbed a potential Venus twin due to its rocky surface and high temperature that can be examined through telescopes.

largest volcanic area West Antarctic ice sheet


In this past summer, scientists uncovered the largest volcanic area located 2 kilometers or 1.2 miles below the West Antarctic ice sheet. This region includes 91 volcanoes and one of which reported being around 4,000 meters or 13,000 feet high. Researchers said that an eruption could possibly melt the ice from beneath destabilizing the ice sheets.

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