What would you like to do?
How could science and technology be used to solve all or part of a human problem?
New advances in minimally invasive surgery have been made in thelast ten years. Car audio systems that connect to smartphones haveenabled drivers to have phone conversations w…hile keeping theirhands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
How do you locate resources to obtain and test ideas for using technology to solve a problem or human need?
Particle physicists used devices known as atom smashers. Thesemay be linear accelerators, or in the shape of a ring which isknown as a cyclotron. One of the most famous atom s…mashers is theLarge Hadron Collider, which recently discovered the famous andlong sought Higgs Boson. Microbiologists use a wide variety of instruments, includingmicroscopes, flasks, beakers, pipettes, centrifuges for separatingtissues and materials, petri dishes for growing cultures, scales,test tubes, and so on. Many of the things microbiologists use arealso used by chemists. Geologists use picks, microscopes, spectrometers, seismographs (formeasuring earthquakes), and lasers for measuring tectonic plateactivity. Astronomers use telescopes, particularly radiotelescopes. Paleontologists use picks, shovels, buckets, brushes, and meshscreens. The screens winnow tiny specimens from dirt and dust. Meteorologists use thermometers, barometers, rain gauges, andDoppler radar. This list is by no means exhaustive or comprehensive, but insteadserves as as sampling.
To some extent it depends on what you mean by "solve" and "problem", but the answer is no in any case. 1. If by "solve" you mean solve analytically (i.e., come up with a fo…rmula that gives the solution) and by "problem" you mean a problem of something as simple as predicting the orbits of the bodies that make up the solar system, then there is a mathematical proof that no solution exists. 2. If by "problem" you mean the problems important to society like war, famine, global climate change, how to live a satisfying and happy life, and by "solve" you mean that scientists working alone can arrange by themselves for these problems to disappear,, then the answer is no. In some limited cases, like global climate change, scientists can suggest possible solutions, but unless the vast majority of the people help implement the suggested solutions, no solution will be accomplished. And science has almost nothing to say about values, ethics. the best form of government, etc. So, no. Science (and certainly not scientists alone) can not solve all problems.
good question what do you use technology for ??
Affordability? No... More wattage/soundpower? No...
You could use a computer to look up answers like you're doing now.
I seriously doubt that it could, because the more things we create, even though they may solve certain problems, they create more, thus creating a never ending chain of proble…ms... However, that is just my view...
they looked to the gods for help
it could be used to cure hickups; by giving someome a little zap it would shock the hickups right out of them