The current capacity of science to explore the future, improve the quality of life in North and South alike, circulate information, encourage citizen participation and promote peace and equity comes up in practice against a series of curbs, not to say obstacles: the constraint of the logic of real time, the restriction of the field of vision to a short-term horizon, the possible repercussions of genetic engineering on humanity, the compartmentalization of disciplines, hyperspecialization and the brain drain.
Inputs account for less than half of the differences in per capita income across nations. India has become an important source of the creative and foundational scientific developments and approaches all across the world. Technological advancement in the modern life has provided us lots of remarkable insights all over the world.
Scientific revolutions has taken its full speed from the 20th century and has become more advance in the 21st century. We are accountable so much more to the learning needs of our students.
This led to a lot of technological innovations and inventions.
Investments in manufacturing tools and plants are often measured in hundreds of millions of dollars. But today the technological sophistication of civilian industry in many cases surpasses that of the defense industry.
And yet, nagging doubts remain that technology is taking over our lives. In these areas, productivity gains and product leadership can be attained by a number of strategies largely separate from scientific research but highly dependent on engineering, such as developing new technology in corporate laboratories, improving the development cycle to hasten the marketing of improved products, better coordination of design and manufacture, maximizing the creative capabilities of employees, and responding quickly to changes in consumer preferences.
The technologies at the heart of these industries were initially characterized more by promise than by real products.