OCR Cambridge Technical in Science Level 2 UNIT

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OCR Cambridge Technical in Science Level 2

OCR Cambridge Technical in Science Level 2

UNIT 3: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN SCIENCE

UNIT 3: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN SCIENCE

Research and development in science Science drives the research and development of many products

Research and development in science Science drives the research and development of many products and processes that we depend on. From the commercial products we use, to the fuels we burn and the healthcare we depend on.

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Stem

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Stem cell research

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: High

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: High performance plastics used in aerospace industry

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Google

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Google glasses

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Smart

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: Smart phones

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: 3

Research and development in science Some scientific developments you may have heard of: 3 D printers

Research and development in science And here are some you may not have heard

Research and development in science And here are some you may not have heard of. Electronic eskin used in robotics Nano-engineered gels to aid recovery from spinal injury Radar cloaking research

Purpose of scientific developments Most new scientific developments happen because of the following key

Purpose of scientific developments Most new scientific developments happen because of the following key features: To do a better job To save time and money Improvement of a current function

Purpose of scientific developments Scientific developments are driven by the following areas of society:

Purpose of scientific developments Scientific developments are driven by the following areas of society: Environmental Commercial Government Defence

Purpose of scientific developments Scientific developments are driven by the following areas of society:

Purpose of scientific developments Scientific developments are driven by the following areas of society: Space race Health and medical care Academic

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Anaesthetics

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Penicillin

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Vaccinations

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Biofuels from chip shop fat

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Smokeless gunpowder

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Biodegradable polymers

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Measuring time or longitude

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Development of transatlantic radio

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met

Discover historical case studies on innovations in These show science a scientific development met a need at the time, such as: Monitoring earthquakes

Designing or improving an application of science A simplified view of how to design

Designing or improving an application of science A simplified view of how to design an application of science: Ideas Developme nt Testing Improveme nt Market

What will you learn? The purpose of scientific developments. About some recent scientific developments.

What will you learn? The purpose of scientific developments. About some recent scientific developments. How science meets our needs. About innovative science. The skills to be able to plan and use a design process to design or improve an application of science.

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