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How blue-sky research shapes the future

While driven by the desire pursue curiosity, fundamental investigations are the crucial first step to innovation. When scientists announced their discovery of gravitational waves in 2016, it made headlines all over the world. The existence of these invisible ripples in space-time had finally been confirmed.  It was a momentous feat in basic research, the curiosity-driven search for fundamental knowledge about the universe and the elements within it.
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