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Science Its Glamour and Roadblocks for Scientific Reserach

RECORDING FOR FUTURE USE

That scientific research is taking place today that will bring direct benefit to humanity?

Space Science

  • Exploration of space science for making another options for humans to live, if Things are miserable on earth in near future?
  • Getting rare elements from other astronomical bodies to be used for efficacious electronics on earth.
  • Getting to know and understand our vulnerabilities in space.

AI

  1. Judicial and permissible use of Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to harness the biological, chemical and physical sciences discoveries available today.

EARTH SCIENCES

  1. Detailed real time mapping of ocean currents helps us understand how the oceans mix, directly helping companies save fuel in ocean transportation, trade, fishing, and recreation.
  2. Understanding subtle changes in Earth’s rotation tells us about Earth’s core and history but also improves GPS signals on which we increasingly rely.
  3. Observations of the sun and of our near-space environment are used to protect our electrical grids, satellites, and airline passengers as well as to improve the fidelity of GPS signals.
  4. Understanding of local weather requires rich global data; snowfall in the Sierra Nevada is influenced by dust entrained in the atmosphere from Asia and Africa. Understanding the course of one volcanic eruption or earthquake improves understanding of the next one elsewhere in the world. Knowledge Mapping
  5. Decreasing the costs of research and infrastructure, including satellites, have increasingly been shared worldwide..
  6. Inclusion of rich data from monitoring all parts of Earth’s processes and its environments (present and past) into sophisticated models that are used both to understand Earth’s processes and to inform critical societal decisions. This understanding is regularly included in engineering models used to mitigate hazards or design better structures. Likewise, such models provide weather forecasts, help predict water supply and coastal erosion, prepare cities and regions for natural hazards and climate change, and help coordinate responses to disasters in real time. Improvements to these models depend on global data, including data whose collection was originally motivated by scientific research.

LIFE SCIENCES, Health, Medicine and its vision

  1. Molecular and Genome Evolution.
  2. Comparative Genomics.
  3. The Evolutionary Biology of Infectious Diseases.
  4. Modern Technology and Scientific Tools in Biology.
  5. Neurobiological Explanation of Sleep.
  6. Symbiosis in Parasites.
  7. Metabolism & Physical Exercise.
  8. stem cell research to create artificial human organs in the laboratory
  9. Pandemic anticipation, prevention and differential immunity management
  10. Food be given in little capsules or high concentrated tablets, to he given to poor countries where conventional food items are in little supply?
  11. Real time monitoring of human health by wearable devices such as smart watches etc?
  12. Discovery of new kind of medicines to be given to mankind by just smell doses or through eatable plants (edible)…
  13. Similarly, stopping painful injections by replacing it with nanotechnology-based injectables.
  14. Cognitive science or Neuroscience such that some neuroimaging technology can read out the destructive minds, so that terrorism may be controlled by early early catching weeding out bad elements by security agencies?

ENVIRONMENT

  1. Scientific discoveries towards creating machines or technology to create POLLUTION FREE environment or making environment rich in oxygen. Should we be able to finish the use of COAL and PETROLEUM by sustainable use of electricity vehicles and industry for our all industrial output? We must stop use of at least Diesel within few years and stop using Petrol etc by 2030 or so.

Desalinisation

  1. Water is an indispensable commodity to mankind. We need an efficient, high throughput and cheap technology to harness saline water as potable water. There shall be need to pump such water from sea-level cities to high altitude cities. Hence water purification and channelizing it to other places is one of pertinent research of today.

Energy Use and Conversion

  1. Increasing the power of solar cells or Batteries. Can we convert more than half solar energy to electric energy? Still humans have to learn how plant leaves harness so maximum solar energy to their output purpose, but not solar battery

Waste management

  1. Minimising Waste generation, through use of technologies having high recyclability and usability

Defence

  1. The first meaning of dual use describes technologies that can have both military and civilian uses. For example, technologies useful in industry or agriculture can also be used to create chemical weapons. In civilian life, a chemical called thiodiglycol is a common solvent, occasionally used in cosmetics and microscopy. Yet the same chemical is used in the creation of mustard gas, which decimated infantry in World War

Psychology

  1. Design thinking and its role in Policy Inervention with Humanistic approach
  2. What is the correlation between personality and taste in literature?
  3. Optical illusions from the perspective of people with creativity skills. What if people who tend to be artistic and creative can see something in the common optical illusions that others can’t?
  4. The Stroop Effect, and how does age influence it? Check whether the age of the participants influences their ability to name the colors.
  5. signs of addiction to social media noticeable in public?
  6. What color should your room be to improve your learning outcome?
  7. What is the correlation between stress levels and procrastination? There is a relation for sure, but does procrastination cause stress or the other way around?
  8. How does photography represent reality?
  9. Art and the unconscious mind.
  10. Physiological aesthetics in Surrealism.
  11. Art as a form of protest. Renaissance sculpture.
  12. Relationship between architecture and environment. Here you can discuss eco-friendly or “green” architecture.
  13. Modern ceramics as an art form. In the last decade, ceramics became a very popular art form. From prehistoric pottery to intricate porcelain forms – ceramics is a great medium that can often be compared to sculpture.
  14. Science fiction in cinema. The earliest science fiction films were created back in the late 19th century by Georges Melies. In 1927, Fritz Lang’s silent film Metropolis revolutionized science fiction cinema. Explore it in your research paper!
  15. The peculiarities of Da Vinci’sThe paper will reflect the talent of the great European master and describe his Best Works.
  16. Would people become what they are today without science?
  17. Parts of the world that will always remain uninhabited
  18. Rhetorical questions that humanity cannot answer for centuries

2. What is stopping research/ scientists today who will actually benefit all people and what can be done to prevent this?

  • Perception about scientists and the non glamourized nature
  • Increasing nationalistic tendencies worldwide that threaten the international collaborations that have facilitated the development of global research, funding, and data collection. Our understanding of Earth processes and current global capabilities – and the economic and societal benefits – have developed directly because scientists and students have been allowed to interact internationally, conduct research worldwide, share global observation platforms, secure temporary and permanent positions in other countries, and attend international conferences. Restricting this exchange will directly harm existing capabilities and limit future scientific advances. Because this international cooperation is critical to understanding the Earth as a system, the Earth and space sciences are particularly vulnerable to such restrictions.
  • The second threat is proposed funding cuts in major science agencies in the United States and elsewhere. These cuts will do the most harm in two critical areas: collecting and interpreting important data, and training and engaging new scientists. The infrastructure supporting scientific data, especially relating to our planet, is fragile and needs new support for long-term preservation and connectivity, as well as broader availability and sharing of data given its critical economic and scientific role.

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