science

SCIENCE IS FUN

         Science is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explain The word “science” probably brings to mind many different pictures: a textbook, white lab coats and microscopes, an astronomer peering through a telescope, a naturalist in the rainforest, Einstein’s equations scribbled on a chalkboard, the launch of the space shuttle, bubbling beakers …. All of those images reflect some …nations and predictions about the universe.

  • science is divided into many parts.they are:physics:Physics is the natural science that involves the study of matter and its                   motion and behavior through space and time, along with related  concepts such as energy and force.

chemistry:  Chemistry is the branch of science that studies the properties of                              matter and how matter interacts with energy. Chemistry is                                        considered a physical science and is closely related to physics.                               Sometimes chemistry is called the “central science” because it is an                         important part of other major sciences such as biology, Earth                                   science,and physics. Scientists who specialize in chemistry are                            called chemists.

how science is used in our daily life Pretty much everything we do in our dail    lives consists of science underlying it.from using a simple calculator, to closing of the door as well as using bigger washing machines, the entire world is made of science and its numerous innovations have only made it easier for us to spend our lives more comfortably than ever. Without science and its inventions, the society will surely reach the stone ages and we will no longer be able to live a sophisticated life. Imagine your life without electricity, fuel, vehicles and plastic, pretty incomplete right? So here are a few uses of science in .

why we need science:

Why Do We Need Science, Anyway?

Laser surgery . . . life in a meteorite from Mars . . . cable television . . . the Internet . . . gene therapy . . . faxes . . . . These are signs of our times, markers of the late 20th century’s scientific and technological revolution. Science and technology have changed the way we work, communicate, and view the world.

     In the late 1960s, answering machines and VCRs were not commercially available. Now they are commonplace. In the 1980s, offices were beginning to use computers. Today, not only do most office workers have their own “PC,” but many computers are part of an extensive network—the Internet—that can bring information, photographs, and moving images to individuals at work and at home.

Technology Has Changed Our Lives

Computer technology also has revolutionized industry. Automobile manufacturing plants rely increasingly on automated systems to do the job hundreds of workers used to do. The workforce in such plants must have a radically different set of skills than did their predecessors.

Agriculture has been influenced by scientific advances as well. Through genetic engineering, farmers and scientists are working together to develop more productive, heartier, and disease-resistant crops.

These days, it is difficult to think of a job that does not require some expertise in technology. Take your neighborhood school. Right now, your school’s cafeteria workers may be using e-mail to send the

 

                                                                                                                                                Image result for why we need science in our lifeTHANK YOU!!!!!!!!!?

Related image

science

The word “science” probably brings to mind many different pictures: a textbook, white lab coats and microscopes, an astronomer peering through a telescope, a naturalist in the rainforest, Einstein’s equations scribbled on a chalkboard, the launch of the space shuttle, bubbling beakers …. All of those images reflect some .

science

Science is the study of the world around us. Scientists learn about their subject by observing, describing, and experimenting. There are many subjects and branches of science. Some study outer space like astronomy. Other sciences study life. (biology)

Definition of science for Students. 1 :knowledge about the natural world that is based on facts learned through experiments and observation. 2 :an area of study that deals with the natural world (as biology or physics) 3 :a subject that is formally studied. the science of linguistics.

These notes provide an image of science teaching and learning in the early childhood classroom in which teachers and children are engaged in inquiries intoscientific phenomena—animal behaviors and, more specifically, the behaviors of snails.

What is biology?

Biology is the branch of science that studies life and living organisms. This includes such subjects as the cell, genes, inheritance, microorganisms, plants, animals, and the human body.

There are many branches of science that are part of biology including ecology (how organisms interact with their environment), agriculture (the study of producing crops from the land), biochemistry (the chemical reactions needed to support life), botany (the study of plants), physiology (how living organisms function), and zoology (the study of animals)

The word biology comes from the Greek words “bios” which means life and “logia” which means “study of”. Put those two words together and you get the “study of life.” 

The cell – The cell is the fundamental unit of all life. Every living organism is made up of one or more cells.

Genetics – Genetics is the study of how organisms pass on features and traits from generation to generation.

Homeostasis – Homeostasis is the process by which an organism or cell is able to regulate its conditions. For example, humans are able to regulate their body temperature to 98.6 degrees.

Energy – All living organisms are able to use external substances for energy. For example, humans use food such as vegetables and meat. Plants gather energy from the Sun through photosynthesis.

The human body is a complex biological system involving cells, tissues, organs, and systems all working together to make up a human being.

Main Structures From the outside, the human body can be divided into several main structures. The head houses the brain which controls the body. The neck and trunk house many of the important systems that keep the body alive and healthy. The limbs (arms and legs) help the body to move about and function in the world.

Senses– The human body has five main senses that it uses to convey information about the outside world to the brain. These senses include sight (eyes), (ears)Hearing and the Ear, smell (nose), taste (tongue), and touch (skin).

thank you

science is science

The word “science” probably brings to mind many different pictures: a textbook, white lab coats and microscopes, an astronomer peering through a telescope, a naturalist in the rainforest, Einstein’s equations scribbled on a chalkboard, the launch of the space shuttle, bubbling beakers …. All of those images reflect some …Image result for images science 
In this lesson, we’ll investigate what science really is. We’ll cover the different branches of science and provide examples of topics in each branch. Afterward, you should have a good overview of the different types of science we study.Science is . . . Observing the world. Watching and listening. Observing and recording. Science is curiosity in thoughtful action about the world and how it bea specialized dictionary covering terms in the life, earth, and physical sciences, such as the onlineScience Dictionary on Dictionary.com. A science dictionary includes many technical terms with precise, specialized meanings—terms not normally found in general dictionaries—making it an invaluable resource for students …haves. Anyone can have an idea about how nature works. Some people think their idea is correct because “it seems right” or “it makes sense.” But for a scientist (who …
 Class 10 Science Notes. Read more. My review. Review from. Reviews. 4.1. 720 total. 5 428. 4 114. 3 91. 2 20. 1 67. Helpfulness. Newest; Rating; Helpfulness. Sambhav Wadhawan. app It is the worst app that I have ever seen in my life. Chapters after 7 are not loading and rest of the chapters which are loading are …

Continue reading “science is science”

Space Science

Space is a wonderful place of mysteries and  space science involves the study of space (asteroids , comets , planets , black holes, planets,etc ) .Some research centers like NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) study space science and launch satellites and rockets. A relatively young field, space science blossomed in the later half of the 20th century, so the Museum’s collection focuses mainly on that period, and especially on objects flown in the atmosphere or in space.

Facts:-

On April 12, 1961, Russian Lieutenant Yuri Gagarin was the first human to orbit Earth in Vostok 1.

 Alan Shepard was the first American in space.

And on July 20, 1969, In 1961, US astronautastronaut Neil Armstrong was the first human on the Moon.

On April 19, 1971, the Soviet Union launched the Salyut 1, which was the first space station of any kind.

On May 14, 1973, Skylab, the first American space station was launched using a modified Saturn V rocket.

Branches of space science:

 

biology

Biology is the natural science that involves the study of life and living organisms, including their physical and chemical structure, function, development and evolution. Modern biology is a vast field, composed of many

  1. the study of living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution.
    • the plants and animals of a particular area.

      “the biology of the Chesapeake Bay”

      1. the study of living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution.
        • the plants and animals of a particular area.
          “the biology of the Chesapeake Bay”
        • the physiology, behaviour, and other qualities of a particular organism or class of organisms.
          “human biology”

      Choose language
      Afrikaans
      Albanian
      Amharic
      Arabic
      Armenian
      Azerbaijani
      Bangla
      Basque
      Belarusian
      Bosnian
      Bulgarian
      Burmese
      Catalan
      Cebuano
      Chinese (Simplified)
      Chinese (Traditional)
      Corsican
      Croatian
      Czech
      Danish
      Dutch
      Esperanto
      Estonian
      Filipino
      Finnish
      French
      Galician
      Georgian
      German
      Greek
      Gujarati
      Haitian Creole
      Hausa
      Hawaiian
      Hebrew
      Hindi
      Hmong
      Hungarian
      Icelandic
      Igbo
      Indonesian
      Irish
      Italian
      Japanese
      Javanese
      Kannada
      Kazakh
      Khmer
      Korean
      Kurdish
      Kyrgyz
      Lao
      Latin
      Latvian
      Lithuanian
      Luxembourgish
      Macedonian
      Malagasy
      Malay
      Malayalam
      Maltese
      Maori
      Marathi
      Mongolian
      Nepali
      Norwegian
      Nyanja
      Pashto
      Persian
      Polish
      Portuguese
      Punjabi
      Romanian
      Russian
      Samoan
      Scottish Gaelic
      Serbian
      Shona
      Sindhi
      Sinhala
      Slovak
      Slovenian
      Somali
      Southern Sotho
      Spanish
      Sundanese
      Swahili
      Swedish
      Tajik
      Tamil
      Telugu
      Thai
      Turkish
      Ukrainian
      Urdu
      Uzbek
      Vietnamese
      Welsh
      Western Frisian
      Xhosa
      Yiddish
      Yoruba
      Zulu
    • the physiology, behaviour, and other qualities of a particular organism or class of organisms.
      “human biology”

Choose language
Afrikaans
Albanian
Amharic
Arabic
Armenian
Azerbaijani
Bangla
Basque
Belarusian
Bosnian
Bulgarian
Burmese
Catalan
Cebuano
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional)
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Esperanto
Estonian
Filipino
Finnish
French
Galician
Georgian
German
Greek
Gujarati
Haitian Creole
Hausa
Hawaiian
Hebrew
Hindi
Hmong
Hungarian
Icelandic
Igbo
Indonesian
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
Kannada
Kazakh
Khmer
Korean
Kurdish
Kyrgyz
Lao
Latin
Latvian
Lithuanian
Luxembourgish
Macedonian
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Maltese
Maori
Marathi
Mongolian
Nepali
Norwegian
Nyanja
Pashto
Persian
Polish
Portuguese
Punjabi
Romanian
Russian
Samoan
Scottish Gaelic
Serbian
Shona
Sindhi
Sinhala
Slovak
Slovenian
Somali
Southern Sotho
Spanish
Sundanese
Swahili
Swedish
Tajik
Tamil
Telugu
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Welsh
Western Frisian
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu

branches.

science

                           HOW to make a solar house

 

Glue six solar cells to the slanted roof of a model house. Note that each cell has a positive (+) and a negative (-) terminal. Mount them so that the positive terminal on each cell is near the peak of the roof.

Connect a short piece of hook-up wire from the negative terminal of the first cell to the positive terminal on the second cell using a soldering pencil. Use your wire cutter to 1/2 inch of insulation off of each end of the piece of wire. Similarly, connect the negative terminal of the second cell to the positive terminal of the third; the negative of the third to the positive of the fourth, and so on. This places the solar cells in a series, which adds together the voltage generated by each cell. Each of these cells produces about a half volt of electricity, so your solar array will generate about 3 volts (.5 volts times six cells). The positive terminal of the first cell and the negative terminal of the sixth cell will not have any connections at this time.

Place two white LED lights inside the model house, perhaps placing one in the living room and one in the bedroom, and glue them into position.

Solder a piece of hook-up wire from the positive terminal on the first solar cell to the positive lead on one of the LEDs. Solder another piece of hook-up wire from the positive terminal on the first solar cell to the positive lead on the other LED. LED leads have polarity, as do solar cells. The LED package they come in will show you how to identify which of the LED leads is positive and which is negative, as there are several different indicators that manufacturers may use.

Solder a piece of hook-up wire from the negative terminal on the sixth solar cell to the negative lead on one of the LEDs, and solder another piece of hook-up wire from the negative terminal on the sixth solar cell to the negative lead on the other LED. This places the LEDs in parallel with the solar array.

Place a desk lamp near the model house and turn on the light, representing the sun. The lights in the house will go on.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Materials required for the construction of Solar Car for Science Fair Projects:

  • Light weight wood or coroplast frame.
  • Axels (4 No.s)
  • Wheels (4 No.s)
  • Eye Screws (4No.s)
  • Gum
  • Adhesive material and Tape
  • driver
  • DC Motor
  • Solar Panel
  • Gears or pulley
  • Marker and Knife
  • Player etc.

Step By Step Procedure for making Solar Car for Science Fair Projects:

  • First take a Coroplast frame or light weight wood having 5cm width for holding the motor, solar panel, axels and wheels.
  • Mark four locations for the eye screws, where we want to fix the axel.
  • Fix the eye screws firmly on the surface.

Solar Powered Car Solar Powered Car

 Fig 1: Fix the eye screws firmly                                  Fig 2: Axel Fixing into the eye screws

  • Eye screws are used for carrying the axel, and the axel should spin freely, so it should be properly fixed with the eye screws.
  • Provide a spacer using any plastic tubes or straws between the eye and the wheels.
  • Now insert the wheels into the axels.

Fix the eye screws firmly  motor for solar powered car

 Fig 3: After fixing the four wheels                                       Fig 4: Motor Used in solar car

  • Similarly fix the other wheels too. Now the arrangement will look as shown in the figure.
  • The small pulley or the gear should be inserted into the motors shaft. After that using an adhesive, place the motor and solar panel on the solar car surface as shown in figure.

solar powered car​  solar car

Fig 5: Solar Car – Solar Panel Placed Horizontally                   Fig 6: Solar Car – Solar Panel Placed Tilted

  • Now move the solar car towards and forward until the gears engaged properly with the wheel.
  • Properly connect the motor with the solar panel using wires and clips.
  • Now recheck the solar panel connections with the motor in the cars surface.
  • The solar panel should be placed horizontally or in tilted position as shown in the figures so as to achieve maximum radiation from the sun. Solar panel should be mount firmly using tape or gum on the solar car surface.

Analyzing Data:

After the completion of all the arrangements and connections, take the solar powered car outside a sunny location and place the solar car and test the solar car. Check whether the wheels rotate, while the solar powered car is in our hand or in the ground?

Now place the solar car in such a way that the solar panel is facing towards the sun and make sure that the solar panel gets maximum radiation from the sun.

If there is no sunny location outside, we can test our solar powered car with a lamp having strong light (120 Watt) and reflector. Just place the solar car two feet under the strong light for sometimes. Now test the solar car and enjoy the riding… We can modify this solar powered car by adding more features and decorations according to our imagination and creativity… and enjoy your own solar car riding and have fun….

 

science

the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behaviour of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment.
“the world of science and technology”
synonyms: branch of knowledge, body of knowledge/information/facts, area of study, disciplinefield

“the science of criminology”
  • a particular area of science.
    plural noun: sciences
    “veterinary science”
  • a systematically organized body of knowledge on a particular subject.
    “the science of criminology”

    n 2009, the Science Council agreed that it wanted to be clearer when it talked about sound science and science-based policy. The Science Council has “science” in its name but had not previously clarified what this actually meant. In addition to developing a better understanding of what types of organisations might become members, it was felt that the recent inclusion of the advancement of science as a charitable activity in the 2006 Charities Act suggested that in that context a definition would be useful, this was how this definition arose.

Science and Robotics

Technology

India

Pradhikaran, Nigdi, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Maharashtra – From your Internet address – Use precise location – Learn more

HelpSend feedbackPrivacyTerms

Ads

  1. Adwww.informationvine.com/Used+Robots

    Search Used Robots. Visit & Look Up Quick Results Now!
    Learn More · Find Relevant Information · Quick & Easy Answers · Search & Find Now
    Types: Business, Health, Travel
  2. Adsearch.1and1.com/Uses+of+robotics/Look_no_further

    4.3  rating for 1and1.com
    Get on search.1and1.com everything related to Uses of robotics. Get quick results now
    Industrial Queries · Business Information · Information 24/7 · 1000’s of Quality
 types of destroying robots

Image result for destroyer robots

robotics

Science is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.

Contemporary science is typically subdivided into the natural sciences which study the material world, the social sciences which study people and societies, and the formal sciences like mathematics. The formal sciences are often distinguished from the empirical sciences as the former does not depend on empirical observations.Disciplines which use science like engineering and medicine may also be considered to be applied sciences. Science is related to research, and is normally organized by a university, a

college, or a research institute.

From classical antiquity through the 19th century, science as a type of knowledge was more closely linked to philosophy than it is now and, in fact, in the West the term “natural philosophy” encompassed fields of study that are today associated with science such as physicsastronomymedicine, among many others. In the 17th and 18th centuries scientists increasingly sought to formulate knowledge in terms of laws of nature. As a slow process over centuries, the word “science” became increasingly associated with what is today known as the scientific method, a structured way to study the natural world.