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technology

the application of scientific principles and know-how in the development and operation of industrial processes, systems and products. See AUTOMATION, NUMERICAL CONTROL, ROBOT, COMPUTER, PRODUCTION LINE, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING, NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.

technology

the application of scientific and technical knowledge in order to improve products and production processes. See TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSIVENESS, PRODUCTIVITY.
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firms Loral and Hughes, whose "space technology" helped Beijing militarily, in part led to a congressional investigation in 1999 called the Cox Commission.
This article advocates that once teachers identify the components of technology to be taught or the ones most appropriate to augment learning, as trained professionals they should also devise pedagogical strategies that they can use in their instruction to yield positive learning outcomes (Sandholtz, Ringstaff & Dyer, 1997).
Toyota, which has thus far been the automotive world leader in terms of growth, quality, and profit, is now taking advantage of the opportunity to become a technology leader and to develop an emotional image, particularly for its Lexus brand.
Therefore, technologies developed in-house by an S & T lab will seldom get transitioned into an acquisition program unless a solution cannot be found elsewhere or the technology is transferred to a commercial entity for development.
In this article, modern technology refers to technologies which have been developed during and after the Industrial Revolution mostly in the West and which have now spread all over the world.
"From getting work orders from tenants to emailing responses to enquiries, from lighting systems to metering--they have all undergone technological advances in the last five years." Indeed, according to the Institute of Real Estate Management, technology is now the number one issue confronting managers of both commercial and multifamily properties, who are challenged to stay on the cutting edge of evolving technologies.
"What our schools are learning to do with this technology is not to use it for radical change in teaching but to use it to support what has already been done in 20th century learning," Papert said in a speech at Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Educational Ministerial.
UA-SFT technology enables an ultra-wide viewing angle of 170 degrees (contrast ratio greater than 10:1) and reduces the color and/or contrast shift that can result from a change in viewing angle.
The H-NET technology has a long history of software sales and is a dominating force in the Vision Care industry.
Storage vendors regularly improve their technology and make better, faster and less expensive solutions available to the marketplace.
"Being a member of our IT community will help enhance general technological competency and the quality of technology and technology-enabled services provided by members," said Roman Kepczyk, CPA/CITR chair of the AICPA Information Technology Executive Committee.

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