There were times when nanotechnology was not more than a chapter from sci-fi novel. One such development was the rise of “science, technology, and society” programs, which are also—confusingly—known by the STS acronym. Nowadays, a lot if not all of the people rely on science and technology daily. There have been advances in medical care through the development of science and technology.
Science has adequately, energetically and productively advanced, changed, civilized, enhanced and progressed human life. Unlike technology, focuses on the inventions, such as the development of latest technique, to ease the work of humans. Inquiry, problem-solving and thinking skills can all be developed, allowing learners to understand problems with increasing complexity and, importantly, when to use technology appropriately to solve them.
Advances in medical technology have contributed immensely in extending the life span of people. But, the resolve to use the technologies that we have and develop more for the betterment of all of mankind is predicated by the implementation of National Economic Reform’s Science and Technology Directive.
The internet has become a normal part of life and business, to such a degree that the United Nations views it as a basic human right. It is even safe to say that patient safety and comfort are the foremost consideration in the incorporation of technology in the health care industry, as most modern treatments considered people friendly.
Scientists used their knowledge to develop technology and then used technology to develop Science; so, because of this reason science and technology are an integrated term in today’s world. With this aim, the journal publishes high quality theoretical and empirical papers that provide a better understanding of the role played by science and technology in the economic growth and well-being of citizens.