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What new things have been discovered in 2020?

What new things have been discovered in 2020?

10 Scientific Discoveries in 2020

  • SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 Research.
  • Artificial Intelligence Spots Breast, Prostate Cancer Near Perfectly.
  • CRISPR-Cas9 Used for the First Time Within Human Body.
  • Australia and California Burn in Unprecedented Wildfires.

What things have been discovered?

Here are some of our most popular discoveries from 2019.

  1. Humans first caused environmental change earlier than we thought.
  2. Scientists triple number of known electric eels.
  3. Meteorite that killed the dinosaurs changed the oceans too.
  4. Terrestrial life thrived after dinosaurs went extinct.
  5. New species of beaked whale.

What were some of the modern discoveries?

Great modern inventions include electric motor, telephones, computers, plastic and aeroplanes. The invention of the electric dynamo by Michael Faraday opened up the practical use of electricity – from transport to power tools and home appliances.

What are some interesting discoveries?

Here are a dozen of the coolest discoveries of 2020.

  • 7 billion-year-old stardust fell to Earth in a meteorite.
  • Biologists sequenced the genome of a sea monster.
  • There might be signs of life on Mars and Venus.
  • Antarctica had rainforests 90 million years ago.
  • It rains molten iron on this distant gas giant.

What is the most recent discovery?

New Scientific Discoveries Made in 2020

  • Plastic-eating bacteria.
  • ‘Unlivable’ heat by 2070.
  • Cloud seeding to produce snow.
  • Neowise comet.
  • 3D map of universe.
  • World’s oldest known animal.
  • ‘Zeptosecond’ measured for first time.
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What is an example of discovery?

The definition of a discovery is something found, invented or uncovered. An example of a discovery is a species of deep sea crab that was just found. Means of discovery include depositions, written interrogatories, requests for admissions, and requests to produce documents or to inspect property.