As we all know, the United States is No1 leading country in the science and technology in the world. Is this because of its quality of education system? What do you think ?
zeronem said:I think you should check your facts before stating something like that.
Pengwuino said:Whoever made the comment about stem cell research needs to take a reality check and realize the world of science does not revolve around stem cells and your political ideology.
redgoat said:As we all know, the United States is No1 leading country in the science and technology in the world. Is this because of its quality of education system? What do you think ?
Nusc said:We humans tend to think highly of ourselves. We are nothing. "Life" does not start until the brain has been developed. So if an embryo is killed, how would that be different from killing insects or other species for that matter.
There is also speculation that if such a bill was passed that it would exploit woman. But my point is that we can only get so far in such a diverse world. The only way we can truly progress in science is if humanity is united but that can only happen if wisdom rules humanity, not politicians.
Your statements are a little outdated, but were once true. Especially during the 50's and the early days of the cold war, the US invested a lot in its education system - especially in math and sciences. The US still might be at the top at the college level because of money (I wouldn't say that's certain, anymore), but the quality of public education at the elementary and secondary level has definitely declined.redgoat said:As we all know, the United States is No1 leading country in the science and technology in the world. Is this because of its quality of education system? What do you think ?
So's Sweden and Finland, but does that mean these two are on their way to growth leadership in new technologies? :rofl:exequor said:I don't know about science but in terms of technology I think that Japan is always a year or two ahead. A good example of this is wireless communications.
What follows are vast generalizations and do not apply to individual cases.After comparing the electrical and computer engineering syallabus of a university and one in the US, I clearly saw that a bachelors degree in hong kong is almost equal to a masters degree in the US.
Rayne said:article is a little old, but if you browse sciences career forums the general feeling still seems to be a lot of PhDs are not finding work and so instead just do more dissertations. Alot of politicians talk about a "shortage of scientists" but it seems the market isn't even utilizing a lot of the ones we have already.
Rayne said:Well for Physics that may not be that case, if so, then that's great.
For people trying to enter Biotech without prior experience it seems like getting hired is a long shot.
how do you know ?Rayne said:Im pretty sure average household income is in the 50,000 range so 100,000 is good
marlon said:Just wondering, if you make about 100.000 dollars a year, is that good money in the US ?
Depends where you live. Cost of living varies greatly. Nationwide, average houselhold income is a little below 50,000 (low 40's?), but that includes families with two incomes. Average salary is in the 30's.Rayne said:Im pretty sure average household income is in the 50,000 range so 100,000 is good
BobG said:Ground beef in San Jose costs $2.95 a pound while it's equivalent can be picked up off of North Dakota roadsides for free.
Don't be offended by this, but I would ask you for a proof of that beyond just anecdotal hearsay.