To fully understand the concept of science and technology, it is imperative to scrutinize the work of 20th Century philosophers such as Thomas Kuhn and Karl Popper. Through significant works such as The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, it is clear Kuhn conveys the concept of science as an ever changing study; furthermore, he believes scientific thinkers look to increase the preciseness of scientific knowledge. 

As history progresses, complex questions are often left unanswered. Science attempts to answer such questions. However, a shift in thinking is necessary in order for new concepts and ideas to be brought to light. For example, Natural sciences have experienced countless paradigm shifts over the past 500 years – Ptolemaic Cosmology shifted to Copernican Cosmology, the Chemical Revolution introduced Lavoisier’s theories, and the evolutionary findings of Charles Darwin changed religious practices forever.

Science and technology must complement each other to be effective. Science attempts to piece together the confusing puzzle of life. Technological practices such as imaging software and genome editing push the boundaries of science, and breakthrough technologies contribute to solving the complex puzzle of life. I believe science and technology can never truly be understood. As time goes on, however, scientific practices exhibited in society can be perfected into finding answers to elaborate questions.