The invention of steam engine that triggered the Industrial Revolution was certainly resulted from the common sense and practical experience of craftsmen and engineers, benefiting little from mechanics and thermology. The rising of dye-synthesis trade in Germany within the 1850s was the first instance of combining science, technology, and industry. In reality, science and technology are clearly distinguishable in both intension and extension.
On 1 June the ISTC issued a name to scientists and institutions in Central Asia for project proposals associated to decontamination, rehabilitation, and monitoring of the cleanup of the Fukushima accident. From May in Bishkek, Kazakhstan, the ISTC held a workshop to debate national and regional efforts to extend biosecurity and biosafety...Read More