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Tough question. Technology can be defined as applied science, so the real question is, "when was the first scientific research and experimentation done?" For recorded history I don't know. But I am sure that early man was inadvertently doing science and technology just to improve his survival rate.
more of everything was found.
The U.S. fabricated pipe and pipe-fitting industry is strongly dependent on the health of the domestic construction industry, which, after enduring rough economic conditions in the late 1980s and early 1990s, rebounded in the mid-1990s.
At first, Clark and Watson were not noticed for their work. It was not until the fundamentals such as how DNA duplicated itself, and how it created the essential proteins needed to keep us alive.
It depends who you ask, there are many nanotechnology projects.The primary goals of nanotechnology depending on the projects are:To improve how we build thingsTo improve medical diagnosisBuild incredibly tiny and independent robotics capable of performing either of the above two.
By making a more modern way to live for our early civilization. Industry and science helped by providing new ways to live and better ways to get needed supplies such as food. Industry made farming become a very well-known thing in our early civilizations and this help provided us with surpluses of item such as corn and other foods. Science in which gave us more easier ways to live and do things.
If science would not have prosperred in the early civilizations then we would have been still living in caves using stone tools and surviving in the forests facing wild animals.
Early modern day civilization is the period classified between 1500 and 1800. It started with the European expansion into colonies and when science started to gain ground.
Early theater had its beginnings in Greek civilization.
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The Mayan civilization
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early stages of industry and technology
Margaret C. Jacob has written: 'The Self-Perception of Early Modern \\' -- subject(s): History, Commerce, Merchants 'The cultural meaning of the scientific revolution' -- subject(s): History, Science, Science and industry, Social aspects, Social aspects of Science 'The Origins of Freemasonry' 'Missing, now found in the eighteenth century' 'The Dutch Republic in the Eighteenth Century' 'The Newtonians and the English Revolution, 1689-1720' -- subject(s): History, Intellectual life, Religion and science, Science, Latitudinarianism (Church of England), England, Physics 'Western Civilization: Ideas, Politics, and Society' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Western Civilization, History 'The Radical Enlightenment' -- subject(s): Civilization, Freemasons, History, Enlightenment, Pantheism 'Practical Matter' -- subject(s): Science, History, Philosophy
A tribe rather than a civilization.
Religion, government, written language, specilization, ;science,art,and math (all 3 are together); social class, trade, and eeconomy