Science olympics, which are a series of competitions organized by the US government, are one of the largest and most popular competitions in the world.
The 2017 event took place in Atlanta, Georgia and attracted more than 40 million viewers worldwide.
The event has also become an international sensation with more than 3.2 billion people tuning in.
Here are the Top 10 Science Memes of 2017.1.
A new breed of dinosaur found in Antarctica.
In February 2017, a team of scientists discovered a new species of dinosaur that they named the “Albino Albatross.”
The new species was described as “an evolutionary new species,” which means it has a lower metabolic rate than its ancestors and it lived in the same geological period as other dinosaurs.2.
NASA launches a $100 million program to train students to become space engineers.
In August 2017, NASA announced a $40 million, three-year NASA Space Science Initiative (SSSI) initiative, called the “Astronaut’s Training Program.”
This program will be focused on developing students who will become astronauts.
In addition, the program will fund a training program for future astronauts.3.
A video shows a cat taking selfies at the beach.
A cat called “Jaws” has been photographed at the San Diego Zoo.
The video shows Jaws sitting in a pool surrounded by water and posing for selfies with other cats.
This is the first time cats have been photographed taking selfies in San Diego.4.
A boy and his father are stranded in China.
In April 2018, a group of young boys from a Chinese village, dubbed the “Wu-Tian Family,” were stranded in the desert near the city of Wuhan, China.
The boys had been on a journey to the island of Kunming, where they hoped to learn about the culture of the Kunming people.5.
The first humans to walk on Mars.
On June 27, 2020, a small rover named Curiosity, named after the first human settlers to the planet Mars, made its first landing on Mars, setting a world record.
It was the first rover to land on Mars since 1972, when a Soviet Soyuz spacecraft touched down on the Red Planet.6.
A robot can now walk on the moon.
On December 14, 2021, a robot named Luna was the highest-visited robot on the lunar surface when it reached a distance of nearly a mile (2 kilometers).
Its mission was to test a new technology that uses light to scan the surface of the moon to help scientists understand the structure and composition of the lunar rocks.7.
A man discovers a secret in a box of ice.
In September 2018, an Austrian man named Michael Crespo was walking along the streets of Vienna when he found a hidden treasure hidden in a cardboard box.
The man was not expecting the treasure, but it was an important find.
The treasure contains a number of rare, endangered and endangered species of animals and plants.8.
The world’s first solar eclipse.
In March 2018, the sun was completely blocked by a massive cloud of particles and a mysterious storm, which caused the sun to briefly appear to be in eclipse.
The eclipse was visible from all over the world, from London to the United States.9.
A baby dolphin named Lina.
In July 2018, Lina the dolphin, a little girl, was found at a swimming pool in the town of Algarve, Portugal.
Lina was found after her parents, who had left her with a friend, were found dead.
Lani is thought to be between six and eight months old and was found near a pool.10.
A woman is named for a character in the Harry Potter series.
In November 2018, Italian scientists announced they had named a baby after a character from the Harry Potters books, after the Italian-born author J.K. Rowling.
This was the third baby to be named after a Potter character, the first being the baby named Harry Potter Jr. in September 2016.