Science Essay Topics

Relational Calculus

Introduction Procedural Query language query specification involves giving a step by step process of obtaining the query result e.g., relational algebra usage calls for detailed knowledge of the operators involved difficult for the use of non-experts Declarative Query language query specification involves giving the logical conditions the results are required to satisfy easy for the… View Article

The Universality of Science and Art

Science and art influence the entire human race. According to Finkel (2007), both are foreign cultures; one focuses on objectivity, while the other on subjectivity. However, they mutually search for truth through a process of experimentation, investigation and exploration. These two disciplines carry out the secrets of the world in different ways. And their discoveries… View Article

HUM History and Methods of Science

Social views and culture denoted scientist, in general, as individuals who exist different from the common society. This idea is mainly because scientists live with a strong conviction to their field and their reasoning is widely based on the empirical side of the environment they lived in. Because of this, scientist’ cultures and lifestyles are… View Article

The Integration of Science and Literacy

Introduction Traditional text-based instruction has failed to excite students to learn, especially at the primary, middle and secondary levels. Text books have been ctricized by many experts as being impersonal, boring and difficult to read (Schallert & Roser, p. 35). Research has focused on the use of children’s books as a way of teaching students,… View Article

The Nature of Science

Science plays an important role in development of mankind, its cultural and technological progress. Science helps humanity to understand natural phenomena and biological changes, evolutionary processes and shifts. Science can be defined as a particular way of knowledge and perception of the world and human beings based on historical information, hypotheses and experiments. Biology and… View Article

The Natural Science

Cosmology– Cosmology deals with things issues the origin and past history of the universe, its structure like the number and distribution of stars and galaxies, and even predictions of the future behavior of universe (Visser 2004). Theories of evolution of the universe “Cosmology cannot predict anything about the universe unless it makes some assumption about… View Article

The Prom Date

“I can’t believe you the science geek got Jennifer to agree to go to prom with you.  Every guy in school has asked her out since she moved here last month and she’s turned them down.  How did you do it?” I asked when my best friend Noah told me his exciting news.             “The… View Article

The Science Behind Films

An Inconvenient Truth Al Gore’s fantastic film about global warming revolves around the sciences of temperature, heat, and heat transfer.  As the world heats up because of excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, we are about ready to face an extended ice age.  Involving heat transfer between the oceans and the atmosphere – the physics… View Article

The Triumph of Science Over Religion In the West

By the sixteenth century, the Western experience with religion had turned bitter. The Catholic Reformation, also referred to as a Counter Reformation, was a response to the great Protestant Reformation in Europe during this period of time. There were two elements of the Catholic Reformation. First of all, Catholics were being called for a renewal… View Article

The Vision of the Researcher as a Neutral Social Scientist

The approach to any of the social scientists has always been one of detachment.  Any researcher or scientist in any of the fields of Social Science will emphasize the need for the scientist to maintain a neutral stance and maintain a certain level of distance from the research subjects.  Recently, there have been schools of… View Article

Thermodynamics Paper

Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the effects of changes in temperature, pressure, and volume on physical systems at the macroscopic scale by analyzing the collective motion of their particles using statistics. The term thermodynamics was coined by James Joule in 1858 to designate the science of relations between heat and power. The… View Article

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas A. Khun

In The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas A. Khun argues that scientific progress is not a matter of the slow, steady accumulation of knowledge over time but, rather, that it is characterized by long-standing beliefs about the world being radically overturned by the discovery of new information that fails to conform to existing frameworks. He… View Article

Philosophy and Science

Philosophy, science, art and religion are all major achievements of the human mind. Like science, philosophy calls for careful reasoning and exact language. The nature of philosopher and science are somewhat similar in that they have both relied on logical thinking and a quest for deeper truths regarding life and human nature. There have been… View Article

Philosophy Of Science

The topic of essay is “There is more to seeing than meets the eyeball”. These are words of N. R. Hanson, and I’ll try to show here my point of view. In his work “Observation” Hanson says that if two different people (for example, microbiologists), look at prepared slide, they give different answers for question… View Article

Masculinity in Science Fiction

Throughout the past couple of centuries science fiction has become one of the most popular genres worldwide. Thousands of people of different age, gender, racial and ethnical origin submerge into a world where the level of technological development is incredibly high, and where the machines often seem to dominate their creators, humans. To begin the… View Article

Statement of Purpose

As a young child, I was attracted to sci-fi films because of exploration of the planets. Anyone, who has ever seen the television series “Star Wars,” will never forget the imposing space ships connecting planets, robot troops; dangerous battles in the space, and of course, two human-like robots. In the television series “Star Trek,” I… View Article

The Triumph of Science Over Religion

In her book, Rapture Culture: Left Behind in Evangelical America, Frykholm (2004) explains her interest in evangelism – that, in fact, her family had converted to evangelical Christianity and she had explored the faith in depth during her teenage years.  However, the author was not able to find the answers to her religious questions.  This… View Article

Prof. Arunachalam- Profile

Founder and Chairman, Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP), Distinguished Service Professor in the Departments of Engineering and Public Policy, Materials Science and Engineering and the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and an Honorary Professor in the School of Engineering, University of Warwick, UK. At CSTEP he is concentrating… View Article

The world of science

The world of science has always been an interest for human beings. The need to understand the unknown, to discover cures for diseases, to comprehend how the human body works are the driving force for man to pursue different medical fields. Disease has been something that has haunted and scared people over the years. The… View Article

What is psychology?

What is science?             The word science comes from the Latin word scientia or scient which is the present participle for “scire” which means “know” or “discern.” It pertains to the study of the physical world and all the phenomena that occur in it utilizing systematic observation and experimentation. It also refers to a particular… View Article

Demarcation in Philosophy of Science

The demarcation problem in the philosophy of science is about how to distinguish between science and nonscience, and more specifically, between science and pseudoscience (a theory or method doubtfully or mistakenly held to be scientific). The debate continues after over a century of dialogue among philosophers of science and scientists in various fields, and despite… View Article

Brian Martin, in Striking a Needle into Science

Brian Martin, in Striking a Needle into Science stresses the role of partisanship, intervention made in the course of analyzing a case, its impact on the case study and how it affects the views and opinions of the readers. In particular, he made this point by presenting both sides of the controversy, without having to… View Article

How will science and technology change your lives in the future

Ans The role of Modern Technology and Science is increasing and has major impact on day-to-day lives of today’s people, as it will in the future. One way or another, advancements in Science and Technology are affecting people all around the world, in New York and in an unknown place in Africa. Technology affects people’s… View Article

My Future

In the future I see myself studying The Natural Science Program, hopefully with a friend through my years in High School. After school I want to study into becoming a doctor, probably in another country than Sweden, hopefully France, which will be interesting. It will probably take up a lot of my free time but… View Article

Environmental Science

If you were the energy czar of your state, where would you invest your budget? What changes, if any, would you make to the existing program? I would invest on the renewable energy resources in the budget. This is because with the current expenditure on energy, renewable energy sources would reduce the monetary allotment on… View Article

Environmental Science

Famine in North Korea started in the nineties and continues to plague the country until today. In 1995, the country has been suffering from vast amounts of deaths due to starvation. The condition of North Korea back in 1997, when the phenomenon reached the highest point, was compared to the gradation of famine in Somalia… View Article

The Verification Principle

Throughout the years, science has been a very productive practice. From explaining why and how things happen to sending people to the moon. Not only do we see its benefits every day, but also new discoveries are being made constantly. Science has proven its success. By using the scientific method and critical thinking, a wide… View Article

Does Science Tells Us the truth

In the American heritage Dictionary of the English Language, science has been defined as “the observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of natural phenomenon” (Gottlieb, 1997). But can these explanations be equated to truth? Through out history, science has explained myriad occurrences in the universe. However, until today, many still questions the validity… View Article

What Is Science?

Science is not just a collection of facts. Of course, facts are an important part of science: Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit (or 0 degrees Celsius), and the earth moves around the sun. But science is much, much more. Science involves: * Observing what’s happening; * Classifying or organizing information; * Predicting what will… View Article

The Use of Scientific Games in Teaching Science

The study of science is essential. Science is the study of the world around us. Everything around us concerns science. Without it, it is impossible to get into medicine, engineering, architecture and other fields requiring technical expertise. Every sector recognizes an increasing contribution of the discipline to the progress of the modern world as well… View Article