Labroots Webinars

Labroots Webinars

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We live in a very fast advancing era of humanity’s existence on the face of planet earth. The rate at which we are progressing further and further in all sorts of fields and practices is so fast that today’s era can aptly be described as the new renaissance period. Perhaps the basis of our advancements is what we like to call technology. Technology entails the use of knowledge gained through rigorous and repetitive experiments to find solutions for problems or just to make things more convenient. This rigorous experimentation that we talked about is what we know as science. Now science is a very broad term in itself, the versatility of human activity only means that there are hundreds if not thousands of branches of science. For instance, we have medical science, which is the study of how the human body works, the goal here is to understand how to repair damages in the human body in the form of diseases and injuries. Did you know that in olden times it was not uncommon for one to die of a tooth ache? Such a thing seems silly to think of now. The reason why we can laugh at the notion of some poor fellow dying because of a bad tooth some thousands of years ago is because in today’s era you just up and go see a dentist for a thing such as a tooth ache, which is annoying at worse. We owe this to science as well. Likewise, there is also a science of how things work. By things we mean machines, more specifically as it’s an easier example. Machines are automated tools that we invented to make all sorts of hefty work easier and faster. Machines are the forefront of our technology and have a wide variety of uses, we use them at home, we see them on the streets and slowly these machines are reducing the burden of labor work in factories and industries. In fact, nowadays we even have machines putting together other machines. The science behind machines is what we call mechanics. This is arguably the oldest branch of science since we’ve been building tools of some kind throughout our entire history. Without this particular science, we wouldn’t have been able to accomplish the systematic discipline needed for our machinery to work, naturally we acquired this level of automation through centuries of research. Now, at this point it is safe to say that science is the very backbone of the human race. We’ve come this far and we’ve still got a ways to go. It is good to keep up with our fast advancing science. Fortunately technology has paved way for making that easier for us as well. These days you can hear about the latest most interesting advances in science just buy opening your laptop and attending a webinar. You can attend webinars hosted by some of the most renowned researchers at www.labroots.com/webinars. Stay in touch with science, stay in touch with the future.

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