Answer: It can be, but Applied Science is too general a term. It is taking what a bunch of guys are doing in a lab and turning it into something useful that can make a profit. ex. Two guys in a lab were trying to make microwave radar. when one of them passed in front of the beam with a chocolate bar in his pocket. When the chocolate bar melted, they discovered that they could turn this microwave emitter into something that could heat food. The research in turning the military tech into our modern microwave is applied science.
Answer: The difference between M.A. and M.Sc., as the difference between B.A. and B.Sc., is typically of a formal nature rather than of a real nature - there is no difference in terms of what you study or how you study. The choice of name mostly has to do with the history of each University than with anything else.
Answer: the scientific process is when you conduct and experiment re check your results over and over again then have those results posted in a scientific journal for others to check before having it pretty much verified as scientific fact unless someone finds faults in you experiments or results.
Answer: There are no absolutes, every college is different. The B.A.S. has become fairly common recently. Most often is is targeted at students who have a A.S. or A.A.S degree in a technical or applied area. It is often called an "inverted major" or inverted degree. Students have already completed all or most of a major in a 2-year college program. However, the general education requirements are much less. Students complete the panoply of traditional education requirements in the final two years. Common areas of study are engineering technology, information technology, management, health sciences, etc. The most simplistic answer is that persons holding a 2-year college degree designed to prepare the graduate for immediate employment complete the requirements for a 4 year degree. Thus, the inverted language. Much of the coursework taken during the first two years in the B.S. is in the final two years of the B.A.S., and conversely many major courses taken in the last two years of the B.S. were taken as part of the degree, the A.S., A.A.S. or the equivalent technical program. Details vary, but this is generally how the B.A.S. is structured at most American colleges and universities which offer it.
Answer: one can know about science when he or she is always ready to study and observe the physical changes that occur around them.And to try investigating on uncertain ideas and develop solutions by experimenting to figure out something no one has done before. it involves critical thinking and focused attention.
Answer: Science is the systematic, reasoned study of the physical worldthrough observation and experiment. Efforts to explain the worldthat presuppose an answer are outside the realm of science, as areexplanations that disregard contradictory observations andexperiments. oh yea it is.
Answer: Believing in God is a superstition you do not need to belive inscience it is up to yourself to prove any conclusions you come upwith. The statement is flawed if you accept science you would notaccept god - in the sense of an etheral being
Answer: This was a nonesense answer. You cannot see neutrons, protons and electrons under a normal microscope, or even a very fancy one. The existence of these subatomic species are inferred from a whole range of experiments - there are no direct observations.
Answer: Some of the related ideas might be appropriate for 6th graders, but I would be outraged at the name of the topic as given if I had a 6th grade student who was going to "learn" such a topic. The topic as named is an invitation to go to war, and it is a dangerous and subtle message about the purpose of some misguided and overzealous religions. I would have no problem with a balanced topic presenting "Concepts of God and Materials of Science". We need to expose the absurd assumptions that God and Science are at war.
Answer: Science have contributed a lot. In modern science have conducted research about cure, medical tools such as food supplements, anti cancer, etc. Moreover they have continued to improve it to become more affective.
Answer: Definitely science and technology influences decision making not only in administrative establishments but also in society. For example science and technological developments influences the community in career selection ,the way we live, our habits and entertainment and every thing. This continuous research and improvements in science are a must for betterment of society.
Answer: Computer Science is considered as a science because it is the study of computers, their design (see http://www.answers.com/topic/computer-architecture), and their uses for computation, http://www.answers.com/topic/data-processing, and systems control, including design and development of computer http://www.answers.com/topic/hardware and http://www.answers.com/topic/computer-software, and programming. The field encompasses theory, mathematical activities such as design and analysis of algorithms, performance studies of systems and their components, and estimation of reliability and availability of systems by probabilistic techniques. Because computer systems are often too large and complicated for failure or success of a design to be predicted without testing, experimentation is built into the development cycle.