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technology

noun best technical knowledge, latest scientific knowledge, scientific advancement, state of the art, state of the industry, updated scientific knowledge Generally: application, development, latest products, moddrn science, science
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Students are being prepared to enter a world whose competitiveness is greatly influenced by technology.
Above all, a peer tutoring approach to technology instruction will produce students who can operate in the increasingly technological American workforce.
It also allows other issues to be considered, such as the relative maturity of the technology, competing sources of the technology that may be available, and their relative strengths.
What we have in the modern world is a situation in which technology in the modern sense is the source of most of the objects that surround human life, whereas, before the Industrial Revolution, when things were made by hand, the products of arts and crafts surrounded man's life.
Clonal propagation of softwoods is arguably the most important currently emerging forest technology, with initial benefits of more than 10% reduction in energy required to produce chemical pulp (an impact of ~0.
Examples of external technology include nearly all the skills and tools applied to a patient.
In technology, the key words are staff development, staff development, staff development.
A lot of CPAs love gadgets, and technology gadgets continue to proliferate.
But the reporting relationship is still the same, and I believe that's because the president doesn't necessarily have the understanding or the time to have the information technology organization reporting to him or her.
Since development and perfection of technology is one of the most time-consuming parts of product development, outsourcing key technology can dramatically cut lead time.
This area of rehabilitation technology is where one would most likely find people with traditional engineering degrees (industrial, mechanical, electrical).
Assistive technology has been demonstrated to enhance both the educational functioning and independence of persons having a wide range of disabilities such as visual and hearing impairments, communication and movement disorders (Bigge, 1982; Enders, 1984).

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