CLAY SIEGALL AND THE WORLD OF SCIENCE

In recent times scientists have made another tremendous step of creating different types of synthesis life in their laboratory. This is the latest development in creation of living, complex organisms from scratch in the laboratory. The scientists have already completed synthesizing one of the yeasts 16 chromosomes, that are molecular structures which carry all the organism’s genes. They revealed that by the end of the year they will have a fully synthetic yeast genome. Further to this, the work that they have already started has developed an efficient way to fix and identify errors in the genomes they are working on just as the way computers programmers debug computer programs. They are appreciated for the good work they are doing. The aim of the project is to create the yeast which will be used in factories in production of bread, wine and beer also it will be used to create new drugs to treat diseases and also for the manufacture of fuel.

To determine whether it is a fact or fiction that eating oranges in the shower actually makes one happy a producer by the name Graham Smith came with three different types of oranges the blood, clementine’s, and navel oranges. Different people were given the oranges and went to eat them in the shower. Surprisingly some said they smell good and others were on the side of them being sweet. However, research has proved that the heat from the makes the orange smell stronger in the mouth as compared to eating it in a less humid and cooler environment. So the notion of it being eaten in the shower regardless of the type is just a myth.

Clay Siegall is responsible for the development of antibody-drug and securing the 2011 FDA approval of its first ADC product, ADCETRIC. His role in the cancer treatment is to raise funds aimed at helping patients living with cancer. So far he has raised over $1.2 billion in public and private funding that is geared towards assisting cancer patients get advanced treatment with the most innovative technology.