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Body cameras and smart glasses can capture your every waking move, so a new device stares at your eyeball to know when to record

Breaking ciphers is like learning to translate a language, so a technique that unscrambled one of the earliest known examples could assist machine translation

YouTube has become the top source of videos for kids of all ages, but without transparency on its algorithms, it is hard for parents to trust

The history of science and technology ( HST ) is a field of history which examines how humanity's understanding of the natural world (science) and ability to manipulate it (technology) have changed over the centuries. This academic discipline also studies the cultural, economic, and political impacts of scientific innovation.

Modern engineering as it is understood today took form during the scientific revolution , though much of the mathematics and science was built on the work of the Greeks , Egyptians , Mesopotamians , Chinese , Indians . [ citation needed ] See the main articles History of science and History of technology for these respective topics.

History of science and technology is a well developed field in India. At least three generations of scholars can be identified. The first generation includes D.D.Kosambi, Dharmpal, Debiprasad Chattopadhyay and Rahman. The second generation mainly consists of Ashis Nandy , Deepak Kumar , Dhruv Raina , S. Irfan Habib , Shiv Visvanathan , Gyan Prakash , Stan Lourdswamy, V.V. Krishna, Itty Abraham , Richard Grove, Kavita Philip, Mira Nanda and Rob Anderson. There is an emergent third generation that includes scholars like Abha Sur and Jahnavi Phalkey. [ citation needed ]

Strength in science and technology is considered to be essential for a modern country’s ongoing capacity to innovate and compete in the knowledge-based global economy. Strength in science and technology determines our ability to compete for increasingly mobile resources of people and investment capital and to participate in global knowledge-sharing networks that operate at the leading edge of both science and technology development. In June 2006, the Government of Canada asked the Council of Canadian Academies to explore Canada’s strengths and weaknesses in the area of science and technology.

Industry Canada would welcome the advice of the Council in gaining a better understanding of Canada’s S&T strengths can capacity. In particular, it would be helpful to better understand:

The Committee convened in August 2006 and was chaired by Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Special Advisor, Nuclear Waste Management Organization. For a complete list of committee members visit the Committee on Science and Technology in Canada Membership page.

The amount of dust on the snowpack, not the warmth of the spring air, controls the pace of spring snowmelt flowing into the Colorado River.

A new calculation of methane emissions from global fires resolves what looked like irreconcilable differences in explaining the recent methane increase.

Body cameras and smart glasses can capture your every waking move, so a new device stares at your eyeball to know when to record

Breaking ciphers is like learning to translate a language, so a technique that unscrambled one of the earliest known examples could assist machine translation

YouTube has become the top source of videos for kids of all ages, but without transparency on its algorithms, it is hard for parents to trust

Body cameras and smart glasses can capture your every waking move, so a new device stares at your eyeball to know when to record

Breaking ciphers is like learning to translate a language, so a technique that unscrambled one of the earliest known examples could assist machine translation

YouTube has become the top source of videos for kids of all ages, but without transparency on its algorithms, it is hard for parents to trust

The history of science and technology ( HST ) is a field of history which examines how humanity's understanding of the natural world (science) and ability to manipulate it (technology) have changed over the centuries. This academic discipline also studies the cultural, economic, and political impacts of scientific innovation.

Modern engineering as it is understood today took form during the scientific revolution , though much of the mathematics and science was built on the work of the Greeks , Egyptians , Mesopotamians , Chinese , Indians . [ citation needed ] See the main articles History of science and History of technology for these respective topics.

History of science and technology is a well developed field in India. At least three generations of scholars can be identified. The first generation includes D.D.Kosambi, Dharmpal, Debiprasad Chattopadhyay and Rahman. The second generation mainly consists of Ashis Nandy , Deepak Kumar , Dhruv Raina , S. Irfan Habib , Shiv Visvanathan , Gyan Prakash , Stan Lourdswamy, V.V. Krishna, Itty Abraham , Richard Grove, Kavita Philip, Mira Nanda and Rob Anderson. There is an emergent third generation that includes scholars like Abha Sur and Jahnavi Phalkey. [ citation needed ]

Strength in science and technology is considered to be essential for a modern country’s ongoing capacity to innovate and compete in the knowledge-based global economy. Strength in science and technology determines our ability to compete for increasingly mobile resources of people and investment capital and to participate in global knowledge-sharing networks that operate at the leading edge of both science and technology development. In June 2006, the Government of Canada asked the Council of Canadian Academies to explore Canada’s strengths and weaknesses in the area of science and technology.

Industry Canada would welcome the advice of the Council in gaining a better understanding of Canada’s S&T strengths can capacity. In particular, it would be helpful to better understand:

The Committee convened in August 2006 and was chaired by Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Special Advisor, Nuclear Waste Management Organization. For a complete list of committee members visit the Committee on Science and Technology in Canada Membership page.

Body cameras and smart glasses can capture your every waking move, so a new device stares at your eyeball to know when to record

Breaking ciphers is like learning to translate a language, so a technique that unscrambled one of the earliest known examples could assist machine translation

YouTube has become the top source of videos for kids of all ages, but without transparency on its algorithms, it is hard for parents to trust

The history of science and technology ( HST ) is a field of history which examines how humanity's understanding of the natural world (science) and ability to manipulate it (technology) have changed over the centuries. This academic discipline also studies the cultural, economic, and political impacts of scientific innovation.

Modern engineering as it is understood today took form during the scientific revolution , though much of the mathematics and science was built on the work of the Greeks , Egyptians , Mesopotamians , Chinese , Indians . [ citation needed ] See the main articles History of science and History of technology for these respective topics.

History of science and technology is a well developed field in India. At least three generations of scholars can be identified. The first generation includes D.D.Kosambi, Dharmpal, Debiprasad Chattopadhyay and Rahman. The second generation mainly consists of Ashis Nandy , Deepak Kumar , Dhruv Raina , S. Irfan Habib , Shiv Visvanathan , Gyan Prakash , Stan Lourdswamy, V.V. Krishna, Itty Abraham , Richard Grove, Kavita Philip, Mira Nanda and Rob Anderson. There is an emergent third generation that includes scholars like Abha Sur and Jahnavi Phalkey. [ citation needed ]


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