Science (from Latin scientia "knowledge") is systematically structured body of knowledge obtained through observation of regular patterns of reasoning and experimentation in specificareas, of which generate questions, construct hypotheses, and principles are derived develop general laws and methodically organized schemes.
Science uses different methods and techniques for theacquisition and organization of knowledge about the structure of a set of facts sufficiently objective and accessible to many observers, not only based on a criterion of truth and a permanent correction.The application of these methods and knowledge leads to the generation of more objective knowledge in the form of specific predictions, quantitative and verifiable observable facts relating to past,present and future. Often these predictions can be formulated by reasoning and structured as rules or general laws that explain the behavior of a system and predict how that system will act in certaincircumstances.
Technology is the set of technical, scientific, allowing design and creates goods or services that facilitate adaptation to the environment and meet the needs of people.It is a word of Greek origin, τεχνολογία formed by techno (τέχνη, "art, technique or profession") and logy (λογία), the study of something. Although there are many very different technologies, theyoften use the singular term to refer to one or the set of all. When it is capitalized, technology can refer to both the theoretical discipline that studies the common knowledge of all technologies, astechnological education, school discipline doomed to become familiar with key technologies.
Technology: the microscope use for see the bacteria
Science: through the microscope we can seebacteria
Technology: The telescope is composed of several lenses
Science: through the telescope we can see the planets and the solar system
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