Four new elements have been discovered, completing the seventh row of the periodic table. The RIKEN collaboration in Japan takes the credit for element 113 (ununtrium, Uut), and they will be invited to propose a more interesting name. For elements 115, 117 and 118 (ununpentium, Uup; ununseptium, Uus; and ununoctium, Uuo), credit goes to JINT in Dubna, LLNL in California and ORNL in Tennessee. New names and two letter symbols will also be proposed for these. Now it’s time to try for the eighth row.