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Making Useful Science a Part of Everyday routine

The goal of technology is to make any difference. Yet used, the connection among scientific research and actual impact can be tenuous. For example , when researchers discover a new health hazard, they could be pressured to suppress or perhaps misinterpret the results of their work. Those who have vested pursuits in the circumstances also tend to undermine and challenge analysis that poises their own chosen views of reality. For example , the germ theory of disease was initially a debatable idea among medical practitioners, even though the evidence is overwhelming. Similarly, scientists who post findings that struggle with a particular business or political curiosity can deal with unreasonable criticism or even censorship from the scientific community [2].

In the recent article, Daniel Sarewitz calls for a finish to the “mystification” of scientific research and its unimpeachable seat near the top of society’s cultural structure. Instead, he argues, we must shift technology to be focused on solving functional problems that directly affect people’s lives. He shows that this will help to relieve the number of research findings which can be deemed unreliable, inconclusive, or maybe plain wrong.

In his publication, The Science of Liberty, Broadbent writes that it is essential for all individuals to have a grasp on the procedure by which science works so they can engage in critical thinking about the information and effects of different opinions. This includes knowing how to recognize if a piece of scientific disciplines has been over or underinterpreted and avoiding the temptations to judge a manuscript simply by unrealistic standards.