Science

On February 28, 1953, two scientists at Cambridge University, England,  James Watson and Frances Crick, announced that they had discovered the double-helix structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)—the molecule containing the human genes. DNA was actually discovered back in 1869, but its inheritance genetics wasn’t demonstrated until 1943. This clearly illustrates the baby steps taken during […]

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The Royal Museum of Scotland has finally reopened to the public after a £47 million (pounds Sterling) transformation.  It’s a moment thousands of people from the capital city of Edinburgh (pronounced Edinburra) and many visitors from around the world have been waiting for. The  light-filled Victorian building with its soaring Grand Gallery was cherished for […]

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