Technology of Science:
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How do people use science and technology in adapting to the environment?
people use science and technology as a way to live in a very tough heavily marked world AKA(EARTH) we use our technology to build things to make our lives better like the buildings we use to live in or the cars, busses ,trains we use to travel every day science is used as a way to construct the things we use to keep our race alive and well.
How is technology is used in science?
Technology is often used to help collect and record information such as a calculator calculating values, an electronic balance telling you the mass of something, a computer with a word processer letting you record your thoughts... ect.
What has science and technology given us?
Plenty. If you think science doesn't matter much to you, think again. Science affects us all, every day of the year, from the moment we wake up, all day long, and through the night. Your digital alarm clock, the weather report, the asphalt you drive on, the bus you ride in, your decision to eat a baked potato instead of fries, your cell phone, the antibiotics that treat your sore throat, the clean water that comes from your faucet, and the light that you turn off at the end of the day have all been brought to you courtesy of science. The modern world would not be modern at all without the understandings and technology enabled by science.
Science affects us all, every day of the year.
To make it clear how deeply science is interwoven with our lives, just try imagining a day without scientific progress. Just for starters, without modern science,
There would be:
No way to use electricity. From Ben Franklin's studies of static and lightning in the 1700s, to Alessandro Volta's first battery, to the key discovery of the relationship between electricity and magnetism, science has steadily built up our understanding of electricity, which today carries our voices over telephone lines, brings entertainment to our televisions, and keeps the lights on.
The reason why I had picked this is because basically what I have learned from it is that,Science is an organized body of knowledge. Technology is the application of science to make something that works. Science and technology studies (STS) is the study of how social, political, and cultural values affect scientific research and technological innovation, and how these in turn affect society, politics, and culture. More than two dozen universities worldwide offer baccalaureate degrees in STS; about half of these also offer doctoral or master's programs. This was really interesting doing an I have learned plenty from it.