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What is science and technology?
Science and Technology Science and technology is a term of art used to encompass the relationship between science and technology. It frequently appears within titles of academic disciplines (science and technology studies) and government offices (Office of Science and Technology).
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Science is the study of nature and to apply science is Technology.
Here are a few of the effects! 1) They expand society's knowledge: Science helps humans gain increased understanding of how the world works, while technology helps scientist…s make these discoveries. 2) They allow mass communication: Before science and technology was advanced enough to allow telephone calls, emails, and mass efficient printing of newspapers and books etc., people's knowledge of life beyond the area they lived in was much more limited. This idea of mass communication also profoundly effects politics as leaders now have many ways they talk directly to the people. Further, current issues are much more accessible to the public. However, one possible downside to these communication methods are that people talk face to face less than they used to. 3) Advances in medical care: People with disabilities or health problems are now more and more able to live closer to normal lives. This is because science contributes to developing medications to help health as well as technology such as mobile chairs and even electronics that monitor current body levels. 4) Changing job market: Now that technology and science allows for much more production in agriculture per worker far fewer people are needed in jobs like these. Rather jobs involving technology and scientific advancement are steadily growing. Hope this helps!
It has made it easier to do discoveries. For example, microscopes have made it easier to see small particles and telescopes make it possible to see other planets.It also t…akes much more precise and accurate measurements.
One disadvantage is that technology has arguably made people more anxious. Given that more people now rely on the Internet and do not have to socialize quite as much as they h…ad to, some people may feel that they lack the social skills that are required for high powered jobs and for a normal life. People can now live with ease without ever leaving their home. All their essential services can be provided by delivery, all of which can be organized either over the Internet or over the telephone. People can even work on the Internet, meaning that it is more than feasible for a person to live at home and literally never leave the house.
Answer Yes. Our science provides us with tools and theories that becomes our technology. Our technology allows us to measure the Universe we live in and cre…ate tools and even more technology. It's a spiral effect.
The difference is that science tries to explain what is measurable. Technology is the processes, inventions, or techniques that are applied to solve certain problems. They s…ound like totally different things. In centuries past they were two different things. Since our modern world decided to marry science, the "why" of the physical world, with technology, the "how" of the physical world, we found that we improved on both. Knowing "why" gives insight to the "how" and better technology is the result. Knowing "how" can give insight to the "why" and that is how science is improved. The discovery of this synergistic effect was evident all through the 20th century and made our world radically different from that of 200 years ago. A good example is the development of radar. Scientists learned about the properties of radio waves, which leads to the invention of practical radar, which itself gave insight into weather, which forced the invention of Doppler radar, which improved the understanding of tornadoes, which gave rise to the ability to give better tornado warnings, which forces the invention of better ways to get these warning to people (better siren systems, reverse 911, more localized weather radios), and so on.... Most of the technology we have in the 21st Century came from marrying science with technology. It's based and operates based on scientific discoveries and principles.
Science and technology are related to each other. Mathematics is a science, and the calculator is a technology. A calculator is a machine which helps us to do math easily and …faster. This is an example of technology helping science. Science helps technology too. For example, a camera. It is a machine which captures images using the basic concept in physics, lens. This way science and technology maintain an equal balance.
the positive thing about science and tech is that you learn new things that make life and other things more fun/ creative the negative thing is that it makes it more complex a…nd confusing and they have their downfalls
Science discovers and Technology makes things from the discovery
It makes a better future for humans.
There are many ways they benefit each other. For example, without forensic science, we wouldn't the police equipment we have today. We learn about scientific innovations, such… as in animals, and use that to create new technology, like sonar. Because of scientific studies, we know what technology is harmful and what is safe for us to use. But also, because of technology such as the microscope and petri dish, we know about microscopic creatures we can't see with a naked eye. Because of telescopes and rockets we know about our surrounding planets and our solar system. You can't have science without technology, and we can't have technology without science.
When Science is used to find solutions and Technology is used to commercialise then Technology cannot exist without Science
Science is science itself. Technology is using that science to design and build things. Same with engineering, you use science to design that steam engine.
because scientists envented technology Advances in science contribute to advance in technology
Science discovers the Technology that moves Industry into the future
Put very simply, science is the study of a subject in search of knowledge and/or solutions. Technology is the means of utilizing results of that study, particularly… with the aim of furthering industry, commerce, or other areas - such as education - which will benefit others. Science is a branch of knowledge that deals with the world itself and we learn more about the world through observation. While technology uses science to make the world better. It's like a cause and effect situation.
Technology is older than science because of such evidences like Cleopatra uses milk for bathing before the science of cosmetology +++ You've misunderstood the word "te…chnology". It's a meaningless question really because whatever "technology" meant when coined it has become meaningless and debased. Common parlance now has it meaning portable Internet devices and computers. Not long ago it meant Engineering and was preferred by the ignorami who thought 'engineering' and especially mechanical-engineering trade skills, beneath their dignity - but could not live without their benefits. Such as electricity to run their computers and charge their 'phones. I'd hardly count Ancient Egyptian fashion as technology! If we stick with the original meaning, which at least implied engineering, then since the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, the two have always been complementary, but the Science must come first, because Engineering is the application of Science to practical ends. You would not be able to read this without Engineering to make the electricity generators etc - and indeed your computer - but without Scientists the Engineers could not have given us electricity, let alone computers. Prior to the 18C's emergence of learning, we had "technology" to the extent of crude iron-working to make reasonably useful tools and pretty good horse-drawn carriages; but technical progress - Engineering or so-called "technology" - to the horseless-carriage and beyond, needed and ever more needs, Science.