Science and technology

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Theoretical Frame
* Science
* Technology
* Relation Between Science and Technology
* Importance of Science and Technology
* Important People
* Cited
* Consulted

Science and technology are very important inour life. Today we can see that almost everything turns around those things.
Both help us doing our life easier and better. Technology does life less complicated; know the communication is easier with the invention of telephones and cell phones, the internet and computers. The transportation had changes like cars, airplanes and subways.
And, science is, like technology, very important; it helpsus with our life, know exist drugs for many diseases, doctors are more prepared and have many tools for cure people.
So, it’s important that we give science and technology the site that it deserves.

Science its whole the knowledge gets by observation and thinks. Scientist made good things for the world and life, and they do that only doing experiments, thinking and watchingwhat happened.
Technology is all that is new; everything that does our life easier. Almost everything that we do or see is made by technology, and every helps us doing work less complicated.
Both concepts are important for life, both have influence diary in life, and is necessary have the concepts clear and know how we have all this technology and who are the persons that does our world likewe know.

Theoretical Frame

Science (from the Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") is, in its broadest sense, any systematic knowledge-base or prescriptive practice that is capable of resulting in a prediction or predictable type of outcome. In this sense, science may refer to a highly skilled technique or practice.
In its more restricted contemporary sense, science is a system ofacquiring knowledge based on scientific method, and to the organized body of knowledge gained through such research. This article focuses on the more restricted use of the word. Science as discussed in this article is sometimes called experimental science to differentiate it from applied science, which is the application of scientific research to specific human needs—although the two are commonlyinterconnected.
Science is a continuing effort to discover and increase human knowledge and understanding through disciplined research. Using controlled methods, scientists collect observable evidence of natural or social phenomena, record measurable data relating to the observations, and analyze this information to construct theoretical explanations of how things work. The methods of scientificresearch include the generation of hypotheses about how phenomena work, and experimentation that tests these hypotheses under controlled conditions. Scientists are also expected to publish their information so other scientists can do similar experiments to double-check their conclusions. The results of this process enable better understanding of past events, and better ability to predict futureevents of the same kind as those that have been tested.
Basic classifications
Scientific fields are commonly divided into two major groups: natural sciences, which study natural phenomena (including biological life), and social sciences, which study human behavior and societies. These groupings are empirical sciences, which mean the knowledge must be based on observable phenomena and capable ofbeing tested for its validity by other researchers working under the same conditions. There are also related disciplines that are grouped into interdisciplinary and applied sciences, such as engineering and health science. Within these categories are specialized scientific fields that can include elements of other scientific disciplines but often possess their own terminology and body of expertise....
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