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Is a science that is trying to make an insecticide more toxic to mosquitoes than humans be applied science or technology?

  • Science, considering it would take many chemicals, or scientific experiments to do this.

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  • Answer: Science, considering it would take many chemicals, or scientific experiments to do this.
  • 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: 10 example of application of science
  • Answer: TechnologyThe improvement of a Device or Appliance to create the `NextGeneration` of the Item.

    Applied ScienceTaking the known Method/s, Principles and associated Applicationsand practicing them on a routine basis.

    technology is....Information Technology (IT) and the constantimprovement of Computers, Chips, Ram.......etc., etc.

    applied science is...taking the information already known to growCrops and improving the Practices of growing the Crops to make theeventual out-come and the yield become better , cost-efficient andbeneficial to ALL , and to make less Impact on the Environment.

    I hope now you understand the difference in between both heads.
  • 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: 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: Toxic is the same as poisonous. Everything is toxic - in the appropriate dose. Too much or too little oxygen or water will kill you!
  • Answer: because scientists envented technology

    Advances in science contribute to advance in technology
  • Answer: engineering
  • Answer: Political Science is the study of politics-- political campaigns, political rhetoric, political strategies, the history of political parties, etc. Political scientists also do research into such topics as why people vote the way they do, what the common perceptions are about the various candidates, and why certain presidents are more popular than others. In the US and other countries, political scientists provide analysis and non-partisan discussion about the political process. The media will often use political scientists as experts, to explain why an election turned out the way it did, or why certain issues resonated with voters but others did not. Among the well-respected political scientists in the US are Robert D. Putnam, Jacob Hacker, Doris Graber, and Larry Sabato.

    It cannot be more emphasized that the study of political science heavily involves the study of governments and how they work.
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    The associates degree is designed as a two year program of study as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college, and provided the student does not require prerequisite coursework as a result of basic skills testing. There are some programs of study that may take a bit longer depending on the number of credits required. Usually these are programs within the health related fields. In addition, for students who require developmental course work as a result of basic skills testing, it would take longer. How much longer would depend on the extent of the developmental courses they are required to take. Evidently, those individuals who attend college on a part-time based would also extend their time in school. How much longer would depend on the credit load carried each semester. Typically, an associates degree takes between 60 and 64 credits to complete depending on the specific school, program of study, and state mandates.
  • 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: Technology is a system of applied science used to provide peoplewith things they need or desire.