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Essay on Service of Science

Radhakanta Swain
With the help of science man has made the best use of matter. This is the age of science.
Science has been put to our day-to-day use. So, the service of science is visible
everywhere in the world.
Service of science in the field of health:
Surgery and medicines are all the products of sciences. We have got very fine and
accurate surgical instruments. We have got -ray to photograph everything and very part
inside man and the animal. We have got radium needles to cure the patients of cancer. We
have got very convenient anesthetics that save man from the surgical pain. We have got
in!ections. We have got preventive and curative medicines. They are all the making of
science. Science is doing miraculous service in the field of healing. "t is saving people
from the !aws of death.
Service of science in the field of education:
Science has played a vital part in the field of education. The printing-press, books,
papers, fountain pens, fine inks are the master-gifts of science. #ramophone, radio,
television aids and appliances are the inventions of science. $ourses of study are now
based on scientific psychological basis. %ence, science serves our education.
Service of science in the field of industry:
&ow-a-days all the finished goods are mostly the product of science. We have got te'tile
mills, glass factory, iron and steel factory, fertili(er factory and so on. Everything of our
everyday use is the work of science. Rice-mills, wheat-mills, oil-mills, are serving our
food affairs. Science is now tries to make synthetic goods for us. Science is now applied
in all our construction works. The massive buildings, the huge dams and the lofty towers
are made by science.
Service of science in the field of transport:
Science has done immense service in the field of transport. Science has brought us
victory over the land, water, air and space. The railway, the motorbus, the steamship, the
electric tram, the aero plane and the rocket are the master-gifts of science. The radio, the
telephone, the telegraph, the tele-printer have made the world closer.
)an can never forget the service of science. Science now helps man in his great
adventures. )an is making space-travel, is sending rockets to the planets* is attempting to
reach the moon. )an is fighting disease, old age and debility. "t is all due to the service of
science. +ut one thing we must have to guard against. "t is the inventions of the
destructive arms and ammunitions like atom bomb, hydrogen bomb and anything of the