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Science Technology and Society

Examines the complex relationship between scientific advancements, technological innovations, and their impact on society, culture, and ethical considerations.

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It is an established illustrated idea by the blog post that discusses a breakthrough in biotechnology in a published article where it is passed on to the world of technology for use in industries.

  • Scientific Knowledge
  • Social Enterprise
  • Scientific Community
  • Hybrid Technology

Technique in gene transfer where it involves the microinjection of exogenous DNA into the pronucleus of a fertilized ovum.

  • Pronuclear Injection

Which of the following is the definition of science according to the module?

  • A set of laws and theories that support our knowledge of the world around us
  • The manner of improving technologies and knowledge to further understand the world around us.
  • The perception of the people around us which affects culture and behavior of everyone in the same community.
  • An accumulated and organized body of knowledge that is intended to solve real-world problems.

Which of the following if the second step in the 10-step model for nanotechnology risk management?

  • Involvement of Experts in the process of developing nanotechnology
  • Provide information about the nanomaterials
  • Division of the work for every staff or the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Identifying all nanoparticles

The first part of the article explained which of the following

  • The brained is not wired to remember everything it is capable of learning on a certain moment.
  • A person tends to distribute some facts he or she might not be capable of remembering to another person that is part of the group where he belongs.
  • Wikipedia and Google have revolutionize the way a person thinks and its reliance on other people.
  • How long the relationship of the couple have been.

The following are all forms of mutation that can be found in a DNA except for

  • Mismanagement
  • Deletion
  • Insertion
  • Rearrangements

Replacement refers to the action of lowering the number of animals involved in the experimentation.

  • True
  • False

The blog post describes how the researchers conducted a relatively original _________.

  • Photosynthesis
  • Emission
  • Hybrid technology
  • Experiment

Somatic Data Banking is a project which aims to identify the role of every cell in the body.

  • True
  • False

It has a concept of linking the protection of bios rights to the defense of the rights of future generations.

  • Biopolicy
  • The Millennium Development Goals
  • Bio-Legislation
  • International University for the Bio-environment

Erwin Schrondinger was believed to be the one who opened the quantum era.

  • True
  • False

According to the module the communism of scientific ethos is incompatible with the definition of technology as private property in what?

  • A capitalistic economy

Which of the following is the application of Preimplantation genetic diagnosis?

  • It allows for testing of embryos for a specific genetic variant
  • It resolves the issues involved in infertility
  • It enables knowing all desired characteristics of an infant
  • It is used in editing the genes of the baby to be conceived

It is an act which has a goal on protecting the researchers from acts of violence perpetrated by groups of anti-animal research militants

  • Anti-black Market Act
  • Test Subject Protection Act
  • Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act
  • Animal Subject Welfare Act

Which of the following is not a bias in data analysis?

  • Interpretation of Data

Which of the following would perfectly define what an acetogenic organism is?

  • It is an organism highly capable of processing water to be able to produce acetone
  • It is an organism capable of surviving an environment with high acetic acid content
  • It is an organism capable of producing acetate from carbon dioxide in an anaerobic environment.
  • Organism who tends to consume acetate to be able to produce glucose

Photovoltaics, fuel cells, hydrogen storage and transportation are all part of which of the following areas of application of a greener nanotechnology?

  • Nanomaterials for the construction industry
  • Nanomaterials for energy conversion
  • Nanomaterials for water clean-up technologies
  • Nanomaterials for energy storage

He utilized the plural form of technoscience which is technosciences to underline empirical and sociological approach.

  • Gilbert Hottois
  • Donna Haraway
  • Jean Francois Lyotard
  • Bruno Latour

Aside from metabolism the initial phase of clinical testing using human subjects also determines what of the drug regimen?

  • Drug
  • In Vitro
  • Gene Therapy
  • Side Effects

It is the commandeering of knowledge and biological resources from an indigenous people without compensation.

  • Biocolonialism

It is an institution which defined nanotechnology as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions between approximately 1 and 100 nanometers.

  • National Nanotechnology Institute

It explains that the influences cannot be largely applied to everyone since it largely varies in different areas of science and in communities within each area.

  • Controversy
  • Personal consistency
  • Over-generalizing
  • Thought style

What is a metal-organic framework?

  • It is a theory that states that all organic substances is made up of metals
  • It is a process that slowly degrades metal into a more soluble organic substances
  • It is a framework of converting metallic elements into organic substances
  • It is a form of technology used for harvesting water out of thin air

Science is often used to denote the following except

  • A set of characteristics methods by means of which knowledge is certified
  • A sock of accumulated knowledge stemming from the application of these methods
  • A set of cultural values and more governing the activities termed scientific
  • A form of knowledge towards skills developed by children

It is the code which has statements that upheld the protection of human subjects, the analysis of the risk as contrasted to the benefit of the experiments, and the performance of experiments only by scientist.

  • Declaration of Helsinki
  • Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Science
  • International Regulation
  • The Laboratory Welfare Act

The following is said to be required to any research organization except

  • Social space for personal initiative and creativity
  • Superiority over ordinary people
  • Openness to debate and criticism
  • Time for ideas to grow to maturity

Buckyball is a hollow ball made from what element

  • Nitrogen
  • Helium
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon

It is the conversion of greenhouse gas to value-added chemicals can diminish

  • Experiment
  • Photosynthesis
  • Emission
  • Climate Change

It is defined as any use of biological organism or processes in industrial, agricultural and environmental engineering.

  • Zymotechnology
  • Biocolonialism
  • Biotechnology
  • Bioengineering

It is an admirable effort that aims to solve the world's great problems, it has a goal to achieve with a given certain dates.

  • World Referendum
  • The Millennium Development Goals
  • Biopolicy
  • Bio-education

Erwin Schrondinger according to the module opened the quantum era in 1900.

  • True
  • False

System interferenceis the intentional or reckless alteration, damaging, deletion, or deterioration of computer data, electronic document, electronic data message, without right, including the introduction or transmission of viruses.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following is the exact definition of genetic engineering?

  • It is the use of genetics to create highly modified organism that can be of great use in the future
  • It is where scientist modify genes to increase the chances of heredity of improved characteristics
  • The use of genes in the field of engineering
  • It is the process of transferring individual genes between organism and modifying the genes in an organism to remove or add a desired trait or characteristic

One of the major challenges global agriculture faces is

  • Laws and regulation inclined with improvement of irrigations
  • Feeding more people with less land
  • Improvement of Agricultural Industries
  • Lowering Chemical production

It applies the techniques of modern biology to improve the efficiency and reduce the environmental impacts of industrial processes like textile, paper and pulp, and chemical manufacturing.

  • Industrial Biotechnology

William Russell and Rex Burch proposed the three principle that animal research should conform which is confinement, reduction, and replacement.

  • True
  • False

The following are benefits of digitizing medical files except:

  • It allows people to share their medical records with each other

The Stroop Task that they have given their subjects showed that:

  • That people tend to think more about things on the internet compared to brands.
  • People tend to only answer easier questions when asked because they can easily remember its answer.
  • People tend to think more of food when they ask to name the color of something
  • People tend to associate hunger with knowledge

Which of the following is not one of the reason for having a conflict of interest in doing a research?

  • The researcher has a belief that could affect his or her objectivity
  • The scientist has a goal of helping the community
  • The reviewer is inappropriately influenced by his or her action.
  • An editor who has a financial or personal interest in doing the research

Bio-engineering is the process of transferring individual genes between organism and modifying the gene in an organism to remove or add a desired trait or characteristic

  • True
  • False

It is the second stage of clinical trial where it involves testing on animals?

  • Clinical Testing involving humans
  • Preclinical Trials
  • Development Stage
  • Drug Treatment

It's a study involving an 18-year-old male illustrates the need to disclose to the participants all risks involved in a biomedical research study.

  • In Vitro
  • Gene Therapy
  • Side Effects
  • Drug

Translation is a process where

  • Openness to debate and criticism
  • The mRNA is translated into an amino acid needed by the cell
  • The DNA sequence of a gene is copied into a messenger RNA
  • The mRNA is delivered into the cytoplasm

The mRNA is exported to the cytoplasm for

  • Mutations
  • Transcription
  • Deletion
  • Translation

The title of the article written by the answer in item number 7 is entitled as

  • The New Scientific Spirit
  • Tecnoscience in Modern World
  • Ethique et techno-science
  • Le nouvel esprit scientifique

Which of the following statement would best define what the line "Technology is partially non-rival in nature" means?

  • The one who produces technology is the only one who competes with each other and not the people relying on it
  • It means that technology should not cause any form of war in every country
  • Technology can be used by the person without preventing the other person from using it either
  • People are into sharing each other's technologies

Which of the following is not true based on the given module

  • Nanotechnology allows the improvement of technology that can be used to create a more damaging weapon to protect our nation
  • Nanotechnology allows for both the improvement of existing and the development of completely new products
  • The fundamental characteristics of nanotechnology have led analysts to suggest that it may constitute a basis for long-term productivity and economic growth
  • Nanotechnology is a complex field owing to its dependency on various scientific disciplines, research/engineering approaches and advanced instrumentation.

It controls pattern of conduct on the internet through the traditional economic principles of supply and demand.

  • Market
  • Architecture
  • Norms
  • Law

It is the dimension of science that alludes to the authority of the author of scientific knowledge and its corresponding recognition.

  • Psychological Dimension
  • Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension
  • Sociological and Communal Dimension
  • Logical Generalizations

A form of financial relationship which results to conflict of interest where it includes honoraria, consultancies to sponsoring organizations, mutual fund ownership, and paid expert testimonies.

  • Company incentives
  • Direct relationship
  • Net worth
  • Indirect relationship

Stem cells which has restriction on becoming a more limited population of cells

  • Multipotent Stem Cells

The first step of clinical trial which is done after research and screening of the substance.

  • Clinical Testing involving humans
  • Development Stage
  • Preclinical Trials
  • Drug Treatment

Science is commonly used to denote the following except:

  • A way of developing new skills to improve the world around us

Which of the following is required to be done in the work place if nanoparticle-related intoxication is reported?

  • Review and regulation of the assessment

According to Merton's "The Sociology of Science: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations science, like any other activity involving social collaboration, is what?

  • Subjected to shifting fortunes

Bayh-Dole Act is the act which granted universities and their professor's automatic rights to own and commercialize federally funded research.

  • True
  • False

It is known as the digitization of medical files.

  • Electronic Health Records
  • Health Information System
  • Electronically Generated Health Records
  • Digital Health Reports

It is a form of stem cell where adult cells were taken back into a pluripotent state by molecular manipulation.

  • Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

Which of the following would best describe the effort of Imitation rhizobia production?

  • Developing bacterial fertilizers that could convert nitrogen to ammonia

Nanotechnology came from the Greek word "nanos" which means what?

  • Small animals
  • Small Person
  • Small objects
  • Small circles

It is where the acceptance or rejection of claims entering the list of science is not to depend on the personal or social attributes of their protagonist

  • Universalism
  • Organized Skepticism
  • Disinterestedness
  • Communism

It deals with how the technology that arises from science is applied in industries.

  • Industrial Science
  • Discovery Science
  • Science
  • Academic Science

Science as a social enterprise relates to science itself as an interplay between which of the following?

  • The industry that offers technology and the people relying on it
  • The knowledge and foundations set by past scientist and the scientist of today
  • The government and the scientist working for them to provide improvement in military science for the protection of the people.
  • The works of scientists and the active involvement of people examining the product of scientific inquiry

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that requires federal agencies participating in National Nanotechnology Initiative to what?

  • Take part in knowing the opinions of people about nanotechnology
  • Develop a plan for environmental and safety research
  • Use nanotechnology to improve space travel.
  • Take further action in the improvement of nanotechnology research

It is a principle of the Belmont Report which requires the equal distribution of burden among the experimental animals.

  • Refinement
  • Justice
  • Public Health Service
  • Replacement

Which of the following statement would best define what biotechnology is?

  • It is the increase of knowledge when it comes to the field of biology through the use of technology
  • It is the use of biology in the field of scientific knowledge to know the interaction of organism with each other and with the environment where technology is already present.
  • The application of knowledge in the field of technology to improve the use of the limited resources that the world has
  • It is the use of biological organisms or processes in industrial, medical, agricultural and environmental engineering

Illegal Access the access to the whole or any part of a computer system without right

  • True
  • False

National Nanotechnology Institute defines nanotechnology as

  • The understanding and control of matter at dimensions between approximately 1 and 100 nanometers, where unique phenomena enable novel applications

According to theory of dissonance, if there is a conflict between ideas, between actions, or between thoughts and actions, it produces an unpleasant dissonance, and a person will be motivated to take action aimed at reducing the dissonance.

  • True
  • False

Why should thorough counseling and evaluation be performed before ordering genomic sequencing?

  • To ensure proper interpretation of genomic variants
  • To have a better understanding about one's self
  • To make sure that the person is healthy enough to undergo the test
  • To make sure that the person will be fit for a certain experimental setup

Which of the following is a potential of nanowires?

  • A new way of harvesting energy from the earth
  • Potential Applications in Solar cells and sensors
  • Ability to be used for delivering drugs inside our body
  • Cover the outside part of wires to make it more efficient

Under ideological principles psychology, practicality, metaphysics, ideology, and authority interact with each other, and they develop and operate in a complex social context at many levels.

  • True
  • False

The digitization of medical files is known as

  • Electronically Generated Health Records
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Health Information System
  • Digital Health Records

It refers to the differential expression of maternal and paternal alleles for a particular gene.

  • Mitochondrial inheritance
  • Variable expressivity
  • Anticipation
  • Imprinting

What is external responsibilities of a researcher?

  • Refers to the role of the scientist or researcher not only to the scientific community but also to the community outside of the laboratory.

A research surveyed an area to know the population of a certain species of bird. While gathering the data, the researcher wrongly classified a group of birds and mistaken them to be the same kind of the bird she was studying. What form of bias took place in gathering the data?

  • Misclassification bias
  • Survivor bias
  • Selection bias
  • Funding bias

Republic Act No. 10175 is also known as

  • Anti-Cyberbullying Law
  • Internet Speed Improvement Act
  • Cybercrime Prevention Act
  • Net Neutrality Act

It is the institute or office where all IRBs should be registered.

  • Animal Models
  • Clinical Trial
  • Office for Human Research Protection
  • Informed Consent

According to the article the person who believes that the sperm contains a homunculus?

  • Robert Winston
  • Nicolaas Hartsoeker
  • Jane Maienschein
  • Pinhas Elijah

According to the article, which of the following is one of the best reason why humans rely more on the internet than another human beings when they are in search of answers.

  • Because unlike humans internet are generally easier to access nowadays and can answer faster and more accurate than another person.

Which of the following is the second fate of a stem cell?

  • Producing two daughter cells increasing the stem cell pool

It is an accumulated and organized body of knowledge that is intended to solve real-world problems.

  • Industrial Science
  • Science
  • Academic Science
  • Discovery Science

It is the lessening of pain that an animal subject should undergo to.

  • Reduction
  • Replacement
  • Resurrection
  • Refinement

It is a method of building nanomaterials by adding something to a material or taking something away from it.

  • Bottom-up approach
  • Top-bottom approach
  • Down-top approach
  • Top-down approach

You were given a job to analyze how much money of the government is spent on is spent in infrastructure. Along the process of gathering data you mistaken a certain amount of money to be part of the budget for infrastructure when it was allocated for educational materials. So in the end you sum up the money and it was more than what is provided for the department.

  • Survivor Bias
  • Funding Bias
  • Selection Bias
  • Misclassification Bias

Genomic Vaccines take form of what in order to encode desired proteins in a cell.

  • DNA or RNA
  • Antibodies
  • Nucleic Acid
  • Gene degrading proteins

It is a project where scientist try to develop bacterial fertilizers that could convert nitrogen to ammonia like the bacteria present in beans.

  • Biogas
  • Imitation rhizobia
  • Single-cell protein
  • Genomic sequencing

This simply states that the whole scientific community can change the society by having a role in changing how people view the world, their concepts or ideas about life and the world itself, and the way they think.

  • Personal consistency
  • Culture affects science
  • Thought style
  • Science affects culture

A small form of injection where the patient's body is injected with insulin in a constant rate to balance the amount of sugar in his or her blood, it is also capable of small drug doses over a long period of time

  • Artificial pancreas
  • Nanopump
  • Polymeric nanoparticles
  • Microsphere

It is a well-known animal rights activist group.

  • Institutional Animal Office of Protection
  • Public Health Service
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

It has a concept that focuses on the interdependence of all forms of life, and calls upon diplomats and other people of influence to engage in a collective endeavor in international relations and act as a bridge between global communities at the national and cultural diversity.

  • Bio-legislation
  • Bio-economics
  • Bio-education
  • Bio-diplomacy

As we design systems on a nanoscale we develop which of the following

  • Create new cells
  • Modify existing objects
  • Develop new materials or redesign it
  • Improve mental health

It is an organization that has a policy which requires that the number of IACUC members be a minimum of five.

  • Public Health Service
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

It is a type of norm where the behavior reflects on what people actually do

  • Descriptive norms

It is a combination of science, engineering, and technology conducted at a nanoscale.

  • Information Technology
  • Biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Industrial Science

It is a substance where the use of human subjects in biomedical research is essential in its development and for it to be used for new therapy.

  • Side Effects
  • Gene Therapy
  • In Vitro
  • Drug

The following are the required personnel for an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee except for:

  • One Practicing Scientist
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Non-affiliated personnel
  • Nurse

Which is the biggest and perhaps most visible risk of adopting digitized health records?

  • Data security

Karl Ereky coined the term biotechnology to describe the general processes of converting raw materials into useful products.

  • True
  • False

Gathering detailed family history, systematically evaluating the patients phenotype, reviewing medical literature and databases for possible overlap with known syndromes or implicated biochemical pathways, and obtaining informed consent are all needed to satisfy which of the following according to the module?

  • Proper interpretation of genomic variant

The advancement of nanotechnology causes which of the following in the field of business?

  • Improvement on the role of nanotechnology to the people
  • Less accessibility for smaller companies
  • Lack of trust from the public
  • Incapability to follow the rules of the government

Environmental Science deals with how the technology that arises from science is applied in industries

  • True
  • False

In this part of influence the overall context of a scientist's life, which includes science and much more, a scientist will seek consistency between the science and non-science aspect of life

  • Personal consistency
  • Thought style
  • Culture affects science
  • Science affects culture

It is a method of building nanomaterials by starting with individual atoms and bringing them together to form a product

  • Top-down approach
  • Bottom-up approach
  • Top-bottom approach
  • Down-top approach

What is type II diabetes?

  • It is a type of diabetes where the body's cell is not capable of responding to insulin.

Transparency and objectivity of researchers can be affected by personal or financial interests. Directly or indirectly. Research can be directly affected by the interests of the person conducting it if the person has a direct benefit from a company such as stock ownership, grants, and patents. And indirectly if

  • The person will be given recognition, paid expert testimony, and support from sponsored organizations of the company

In orally taken insulin what coating is used to be able to protect the insulin from gastric juices

  • Mucosal membrane
  • Nucleic acid
  • Casein coating
  • Glucose oxidase

The following are major factors limiting the bioavailability of nasally administered insulin except:

  • Rapid mucociliary clearance mechanism that removes the non-adhesive formulations from absorption site
  • Incapability of the body to absorb insulin in inhaling it
  • A direct form of delivering insulin to the blood stream
  • Poor permeability across the mucosal membrane

The following are four social Objectives that is essential for nanotechnology stake holders to strive to achieve except for

  • Developing a strong understanding of local and global forces and issues that affect people and societies
  • Developing technologies that is only essential for the market
  • Alerting societies to technological risks and failures
  • Guiding local/global societies to appropriate uses of technology

Which of the following is not a benefit of tape recording?

  • Writing down the observations is not largely the job of the researcher
  • In note taking there is an increased risk of the researcher being more subjective
  • The capability to review the data gathered
  • Less distraction in the observation

Volunteer bias is

  • When the conclusion of the research is changed just to be centered in the interest of the company supporting it.
  • When the people who are part of the study are those only interested to be part of the study and would have a big difference to those who don't
  • Filtering the sample in the population to make sure that some part of the population will not be represented
  • Wrongly classifying a sample as part of the study when it shouldn't be.

It is the production of recombinant and biologically active proteins in the mammary gland and this in turn could be used for the benefit of mankind

  • Gene Pharming
  • Transgene diagnostic
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction
  • Gene mapping

Having only research with positive result and not accepting of those with negative results would be a form of what bias?

  • Bias in Data analysis
  • Publication Bias
  • Bias in Data Collection
  • Bias in Data Interpretation

It functions as a workhorse to break down carbon dioxide to acetate.

  • Photosynthesis
  • Emission
  • Social Enterprise
  • S. ovata

The following are the four social objectives that nanotechnology stakeholders should strive to achieve except.

  • Guiding local/global societies to appropriate uses of technology
  • Limit the access of the community to nanotechnology
  • Developing a strong understanding of local and global forces and issues that affect people and societies
  • Alerting societies to technological risks and failures

Which of the following would best define what mutation is?

  • The alteration in the DNA coding sequence
  • The changes caused by external factors on physical appearance
  • The gain of additional gene that causes abnormalities in the organism
  • The change that takes place in the introns of the DNA sequence

Which of the following would best describe what product innovation is?

  • It is where nanotechnology is mostly used, often in response to anticipated or actual demand for specific product characteristics

The animal which are genetically engineered is called as

  • Transgenic Animals

A cell consist a large number of functional

  • Macromolecules
  • Micromolecules
  • Complex organisms
  • Nucleus

It is the set of institutional imperatives where it is variously interrelated with the other elements of the scientific ethos.

  • Organized Skepticism

A simplified text for non-experts who wish to become acquainted with the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

  • Waste Management
  • Bio-tourism
  • Common Agricultural Policy

According to the national Nanotechnology Institute defines nanotechnology as

  • The improvement and production of new products in a scale of about 1 to 100 nanometers
  • The use of technology to produce very small objects
  • The understanding and control of matter at dimensions between approximately 1 and 100 nanometers, where unique phenomena enable novel applications
  • The process of developing existing materials into smaller ones

Which of the following is required to ensure proper interpretation of genomic variants?

  • A large amount of money
  • A complete health information slip
  • Three months of analysis
  • Thorough counseling and evaluation

This is the tendency to distribute information where we consider a human mind as a storage of information.

  • Transactive Memory System
  • Short-term Memory Reliance
  • Mental Distribution System
  • Google Effect

Pluripotent stem cells are those type of stem cells which has restriction on becoming a more limited population of cells

  • True
  • False

Which of the following did the investigators mixed to create an fuel in an attempt to copy the leaf's capability of producing energy.

  • Paired inorganic, solar water-splitting technology with specially engineered microbes
  • Glucose, Bacteria, and sunlight activated catalyst
  • Chlorophyll, water, carbon dioxide
  • Carbon Dioxide, water, and other inorganic compounds along with microbes.

Modified buckyballs can be used for

  • Harvesting the energy from the sun
  • Enter the brain and help regenerate the brain tissues
  • Delivering free radicals inside our body
  • Trapping harmful chemicals inside the body

Discovery science is the principle describing the quest for unconventional knowledge through systematic investigation and experiment

  • True
  • False

A sheet of pure, carbon graphite rolled into cylinders usually a few nanometers in diameter and between 1 and 100 micrometers.

  • Buckyball
  • Nanodrug delivery
  • Nanotube
  • Nanosensors

Mutation is the alteration in the DNA Coding Sequence

  • True
  • False

A nurse working in a hospital was surveying how many people are admitted with diabetes. Upon gathering the data he was able to include a healthy person who was not diagnose with anything. So in that way there was a slight increase in the number of drugs ordered by the hospital from a pharmaceutical company.

  • Funding Bias
  • Selection Bias
  • Survivor Bias
  • Misclassification Bias

International cooperation in environmental protection, the environment as a unifying factor for peace.

  • Bio-energy
  • Bio-ethics
  • Bio-diplomacy
  • Bio-architecture

Drugs orally taken should be capable of surviving extreme basicity of the stomach, mechanical agitation in the stomach, and be able to pass through the mucous layer of the intestine

  • True
  • False

Science as a cultural resource shows which of the following?

  • The impact of science on societal beliefs and values
  • The role of culture in the growth of knowledge
  • How people cope up with new knowledge
  • How technology recreated culture

Which of the following is gives the best definition for nanotechnology?

  • It is the use of small objects in the field of business and is improved by science
  • It is measured in nanometer
  • It is science, engineering, and technology conducted at a nanoscale
  • It is a field of science inclined in producing nanoscale objects

It is the dimension of science where the published article corresponds to.

  • Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension
  • Sociological and Communal Dimension
  • Psychological Dimension
  • Logical Generalizations

This course is all about pollution loads, genetically modified organism, water and soils, biotechnology, and environmental policy

  • Food and Agriculture
  • Waste management
  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Bio-tourism

Reduction refers to the use of lower species of animals as much as possible.

  • True
  • False

Which ofthe following is not true about the need of qualified teachers in science and technology?

  • Competence to modern labor
  • They play a key role in development of people for the S&T sector
  • The lack of qualified teachers is not beneficial to the society especially to the research and its industry
  • It constitute to the improvement of science and Technology

It has been developed for transfection of insects.

  • Bacculovirus vectors

It urges the scholars, decision-makers, diplomats, business and civic leaders to actively contribute to the development of a life-supporting society.

  • Biopolicy
  • International University for the Bio-environment
  • United Nations
  • Millennium Declaration

In a small workplace who should be the one to assess the work and the environment in the workplace?

  • Project Manager

Which of the following is the first stage of obtaining scientific knowledge?

  • Examining patterns of facts derived from observations
  • Making generalizations about an observed phenomenon
  • Describing the natural or physical world or event through expert observation
  • Using research instruments to measure and interpret data collected from investigation

The following are given applications of genomic sequencing except.

  • Statistically knowing a person's day of death

The following are the three stages of the history of technology that Patrick Geddes formulated. Which of them is not part of it?

  • Neotechnic
  • Paleotechnic
  • Biotechnic
  • Metatechnic

According to the reading material that if deviation is still present the author should:

  • Confess it in their articles by declaring the known limitations of their work

Science as a cultural resource shows the impact of science on societal beliefs and values.

  • True
  • False

Sox2 and Oct4 are transcription factors which

  • Reprogram the adult nucleus back into its embryonic state
  • Causes death in adult stem cells it was exposed to
  • Change embryonic stem cells into new developing cells
  • Create a multipotent stem cell inside the bones

It is adopting technologies on a nanoscale to be capable of producing products that would address issues in the environment and its effect on the community.

  • Green Nanotechnology

Confinement is the lessening of pain that an animal subject should undergo to.

  • True
  • False

It is a project which aims to identify the role of every cell in the body and their identity.

  • Single-cell protein
  • Human Cell Atlas
  • Cell Survey Analytics Study
  • Proteomic Analysis

People tend to save more energy if the message they received appealed to them if it implies a norm of energy saving among neighbors compared to messages which asks them to save energy for the planet or money. This simply means that

  • Normative influence is generally not detected compared to informational influences
  • Normative group pressure happened in the given situation
  • Injunctive norms is highly influential to a person
  • Descriptive norms is less likely to influence a person

Technology is an accumulated and organized body of knowledge that is intended to solve real-world problems

  • True
  • False

Reduced Pluripotent Stem cells are stem cells where adult cells were taken back into a pluripotent state by molecular manipulation.

  • True
  • False

If there is an inadequate control procedure reported it is required to:

  • Innovation of processes involved
  • Applying medical assistance to the one affected
  • Review and regulation of the assessment
  • Develop new materials and ignore the case

It is a new policy which is needed to guarantee that we have a harmonious future.

  • Paris climate change agreement
  • Environmental policy
  • Biopolicy
  • United Nations Environmental Policy

The term biotechnology was coined by Karl Ereky in 1919, to describe which of the following?

  • The improvement that he has seen throughout his lifetime
  • The general processes of converting raw materials into useful products such as on industrial farm
  • The use of Hela cells in finding cure for a disease
  • The discovery of Mendelian genetics way back in his time

The Geneva Conventionthree basic ethical considerations in using humans as subjects for research.

  • True
  • False

Industry needs people with high qualification in S&T especially nowadays that modern industry also called as "Wisdom Industry" needs highly qualified scientists and engineers to survive in a competitive global economy.

  • True
  • False

It is a plasmid or viral DNA employed in recombinant DNA technology to clone a foreign gene in prokaryotic or eukaryotic cell.

  • Vectors

According to the module cellular activities are manifestations of which of the following.

  • Intra and intermolecular transports and motions of cellular molecules
  • Existence of pathogenic organism in one's system
  • Cellular acquisition of nutrients
  • Having organelles capable for cellular movements

It is under the cultural influence of science that is based on subjective values and political goals for the way things should be in society.

  • The Joy of Science
  • Ideological Principles
  • Personal Consistency
  • Opinions of authorities

Cancer cells is a type of cell that is capable of perpetual self-renewal and has the ability to differentiate into specialized adult cell type.

  • True
  • False

According to the article the US-centric that Maienschein adopted is disappointing because;

  • It doesn't represent the general fact that it's basically in the field of science and not in religion.
  • It doesn't consider the time and the knowledge invested in research.
  • It fails to appreciate the growing global anxiety that big businesses will control and selfishly exploit the fruits of science.
  • It was very one-sided form of reasoning without looking at the possible positive forms of scientific research being talked about in the article

It is any trend or deviation from the truth in data collection, data analysis, interpretation, and publication which can cause false conclusions.

  • Question text

This form of influence take into account a complex social context which includes the lives of the individual in the scientific community and in the society as a whole

  • Ideological principles
  • The joy of Science
  • Social-institutional contexts
  • Opinions of authorities

Environmental models in architecture, energy efficient buildings, environmentally responsible urban planning

  • Bio-ethics
  • Bio-architecture
  • Bio-diplomacy
  • Bio-energy

Liquid Biopsy is capable of detecting which of the following?

  • Cancer
  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Early signs of cataract formation
  • Alzheimer's Disease

It is concerned with preserving the wealth and beauty of the natural world, securing the health of the earth's population, providing fair rules of trade, and guaranteeing equal educational oppurtunities for every country in the world can be a source of genuine profit, both monetary and social.

  • Bio-education
  • Bio-economics
  • Bio-legislation
  • Bio-diplomacy

Which of the following became available because of targeted multiplex genotyping.

  • Gene Variant Editing
  • Production of Mutagenic Substances
  • Transgenic Animals
  • Preconception screening

Which of the following would best explain how culture affects science?

  • The researcher will always try to do research which is always related to the culture that people have
  • The society's view depends on the culture that they have and it affects what form of technology the society will accept
  • Culture will ever affect science
  • The people will always look at science in a very cultural manner where it will be the priority for the nation

Which of the following would best explain green nanotechnology?

  • Supporting the production of greener technologies in the future.
  • Nanotechnology should have the ability to produce clean energy
  • It is where nanotechnology should be developed in a greener point of view where it would have less wastes.
  • It is adopting a form of nanotechnology that would focus on addressing issues in the environment and the social aspects of it.

Patrick Geddes proposed the three stages of the history of technology which is the polytechnic, paleotechnic, and biotechnic.

  • True
  • False

Environmental quality and public health, pollution threats to health, risks and benefits of biotechnology, quality of life.

  • Bio-history
  • Bio-assessment
  • Bio-health
  • Bio-legislation

In the experiment where a different group of people were told to copy 40 memorable factoids where some of them were told that their work will be saved in a computer and some were told that there work will not be saved, which of the following was a conclusion they derived from the experiment.

  • The group that was told that their work will be saved had remember their work with the same rate as those who are told that their work will not be saved.
  • The group that was told that their work will not be saved had a hard time remembering what they have worked on.
  • The group that was told that the work will be saved where very good at remembering the facts given.
  • The group that was told that their work will not be saved is much worse at remembering compared to the group of people who are told that their work will not be saved.

It is a kind of bias which occurs when something is poorly defined, no gold standard for diagnosis of the disease, or when a disease might not be easily detectable for example a disease.

  • Selection Bias
  • Misclassification Bias
  • Survivor Bias
  • Admission Bias

A type of diabetes where the body's cells do not respond to the presence of insulin.

  • Type 2 diabetes

The following are benefits of voice recording interviews except:

  • The researcher has a chance of going back to the material
  • The researcher can concentrate, listen, and respond better
  • Less distraction from writing and better flow of interview
  • It will take less time to finish the research.

Converting harmful greenhouse gases to valuable chemicals both reduces emissions and provides necessary products that helps the

  • Scientific Community
  • Experiment
  • Bacteria
  • Environment

This refers to everything from the internet filtering software, to firewall, to encryption programs, and even the very basic structure of internet transmission protocols.

  • Architecture
  • Law
  • Market
  • Norms

It is defined as differences in the degree or quality of expression of a specific phenotype

  • Mitochondrial inheritance
  • Anticipation
  • Variable expressivity
  • Imprinting

Convolution Neural Network is a deep learning tool used for solving or doing visual task or activities

  • True
  • False

The golden rice which is a research sponsored by Rockefeller Foundation aims to

  • Improve nutrition by enhancing rice to contain some of vitamins
  • Make rice more resistant to typhoons
  • Developing a rice that is more pest resistant
  • Make rice more capable of producing more grains

Data Interference is the intentional alteration or reckless hindering or interference with the functioning of a computer or computer network.

  • True
  • False

It is a type of stem cell that can become any cell in the adult body.

  • Pluripotent stem cells

It can be due to an acknowledgement of expertise - a response to a dominant personality and/or involvement in a power relationship

  • The joy of Science
  • Opinions of authorities
  • Social-institutional contexts
  • Ideological principles

The set of institutional imperatives where it finds immediate expression in the canon that truth claims are to be subjected to pre-established impersonal criteria.

  • Organized Skepticism
  • Disinterestedness
  • Universalism
  • Communism

It relates to science as an interplay between the works of scientists and the active involvement of the people in examining the products of scientific inquiry.

  • Science as a Social Enterprise
  • Logical Generalization
  • Academic Science
  • Science as a Cultural Resource

Prior to preclinical trials, the drugs under investigation are tested in what condition.

  • In Vitro
  • Side Effects
  • Gene Therapy
  • Drug

It is responsible for the evaluation of the living conditions of experimental animals.

  • World Medical Association
  • Public Health Service
  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
  • Office of protection

Rural Electrification Act is

  • A law that enacted to bring electric power to most rural areas of the United States

The article focused on analyzing the importance of social norms in two different domains which is:

  • Norms in the Community and Workplace
  • Prejudice and Energy Use
  • Environmental Issues and Social Media Platform
  • Peer generated norms and Family influence

Translation is the process where the DNA sequence of a gene is copied into a messenger RNA

  • True
  • False

It is the product of laboratory scientist where it entails the conception of basic ideas

  • Technology
  • Idea Alteration
  • Invention
  • Innovation

It is the set of institutional imperatives where it attributes the passion for knowledge, idle curiosity, altruistic concern with benefit to humanity, and a host of other special motives to a scientist without an outlook of engaging to selfish interest.

  • Disinterestedness

Why is orally taking insulin useless without applying nanotechnology?

  • Because having insulin taken orally would increase the acidity of the stomach therefore having a side effect of stomach ache
  • Because insulin would be considered foreign by the body that's why its directly injected in the blood stream
  • Because having insulin pass by the esophagus would cause damages to the tissues in it
  • Because gastric juices can destroy insulin making it useless for oral intake of insulin

Targeted multiplex genotyping screens which of the following

  • Mutations present in a person's genes

It is the process of conforming to a norm which is about what a group considers appropriate, moral, or necessary.

  • Social conformity
  • Informational social influence
  • Normative group pressure
  • Social expectations

The following are the three generally accepted principles of the institutional Review Board on the Use of Human Subject except:

  • Respect for the Person
  • Aspects of Life Science
  • Justice
  • Beneficence

The following are forms of biases in data analysis except for:

  • Using inappropriate statistical tests
  • Eliminating the data which do not support your hypothesis
  • Reporting non-existing data from the experiment
  • Analyzing the data in relation to the study

It offers the opportunity for querying genomic data at the point of care as patients are prescribed medications for the first time and new associations among drugs, genetic variant, and dosing requirements or side effect risks are discovered and validated.

  • Pharmacogenic Data
  • Genetic Predisposition Screening
  • Genomic Sequencing Reports
  • Digitized Health Records

It is a science which asks questions of fact, including potentialities, concerning every aspect of nature and society may come into conflict with other attitudes toward the same data which have been crystallized and often ritualized by other institutions

  • Universalism
  • Communism
  • Disinterestedness
  • Organized Skeptism

The following are challenges in dealing with the development, impact, and effects of nanotechnology to the society except for

  • Salary Equality

In the article who among the following is said to have an early understanding of genetics, modern in vitro fertilization, and stem-cell biology.

  • Jane Maienschein
  • Nicolaas Hartsoeker
  • Thomas Hunt Morgan
  • Pinhas Elijah

It has served as the catalyst for organizing and understanding vast knowledge from a system point of view.

  • Engineering
  • Informatics
  • Technology and science
  • Nanotechnology

Technosciencerefers to the strong interactions in contemporary scientific research and development between that which traditionally was merged into science and technology.

  • True
  • False

The following are limitations of transgenic technology except.

  • Increased number of Parasitic infections found in humans

The set of institutional imperatives where it adapts the idea that the substantive findings of science are product of social collaboration and are assigned to the community.

  • Communism

Bruno Latour insisted on networks and hybrid mixtures and denounces the myth of a pure science, distinct from technologiessusceptible to good and bad usages.

  • True
  • False

Science is a complex set of knowledge, ideas, and methods and it's likely to be the result of a variety of different activities.

  • True
  • False

It is a research funded by different organizations and companies that focus on developing an open data-coordination platform focused profiling the cells in the human body

  • Cell Mapping Research
  • Cell Profiling System
  • The Human Cell Atlas
  • Cell Tally

The general tendency of the science and technology in schools is widening of perspective and a gradual redefinition of what counts as valid school science.

  • True
  • False

The distinction between theory and practice, fundamental and applied, becomes clear in a technoscientific civilization.

  • True
  • False

Refers to the ways which people interact with one another

  • Market
  • Law
  • Norms
  • Architecture

Acetogenic organisms are those organisms which is capable of producing acetate from carbon dioxide in an anaerobic environment

  • True
  • False

Academic science refers to which of the following?

  • The manner of changing ideas through the improvement of technology from the society.
  • The way scientific knowledge is transferred from an area of science to territory of technology
  • The role of the academe to produce scientist with the right kind knowledge to solve the issues of the society
  • The exact manner of how knowledge is created from universities to the industry to support business

The process of copying the DNA sequence of a gene into messenger RNA is referred to as

  • Transcription

The following are tools or technologies that is very important in precision farming except

  • Android Operating System

This refers to the use of lower species of animals as much as possible.

  • Replacement
  • Resurrection
  • Reduction
  • Refinement

What is google effect?

  • It is the manner of changing how people think when they start to largely rely on the internet for some facts
  • It is where people uses another human being as a memory bank
  • It is the ability of a person to incorporate google as part of its memory
  • It is the lack of ability to remember important things

Environmental factors in the development of human civilization, culture, historical sources, and ancient texts.

  • Bio-history
  • Bio-health
  • Bio-assessment
  • Bio-legislation

The following are benefit of digitizing medical heath record except:

  • It empower patients to play a more active roles in caring for their health
  • Easier storage and sharing of data for coordinated care delivery
  • Highly secured data
  • Greater accuracy of information

Increase crop yield, greater flexibility in growing environments, less use of chemical pesticides and improved nutritional content are all parts of which of the following

  • Agricultural biotechnology

It is also given in the module that scientist should have set both of its internal and external responsibilities. How is internal responsibilities defined?

  • It is the role of the of the scientist to stick to the standards of the scientific community

Which of the following is not part of the three core ideas that Mark S. Frankel would like to see integrated into graduate education?

  • Science is a social institution, with a mission and baggage like all other social institutions created by human beings
  • Young scientist should appreciate the global dimension of science
  • Science requires greater sacrifice coming from the life of the normal people
  • Young scientist should realize that their education and research are being subsidized by the society

Which of the following did Karl Ereky contributed in the field of biotechnology?

  • He divided the history of technology into three stages
  • He was the one who coined the term biotechnology
  • He claimed that we could regard life as a series of technical problem
  • He produced 110 tons of single-cell protein bacteria

The combined impact of two distinct Mendelian disease variants often leads to which of the following, which makes it hard to diagnose?

  • A hybrid phenotype

The resulting mRNA is an exact copy of the DNA sequence, except

  • Uridine take the place of thymidine
  • RNA is not capable of being translated
  • RNA is triple helix in structure
  • DNA has less base pairs

It is the basic unit of genetic function

  • Genes

Whish of the following would best explain green nanotechnology?

  • Supporting the production of greener technologies in the future.
  • Nanotechnology should have the ability to produce clean energy
  • It is adopting a form of nanotechnology that would focus on addressing issues in the environment and the social aspects of it.
  • It is where nanotechnology should be developed in a greener point of view where it would have less wastes.

It is a type of norm that is characterized by what most people will approve or disapprove.

  • Injunctive norms

Why is pluripotent stem cells have not yet been used therapeutically in humans? because many of the early animal studies resulted in the undesirable formation of unusual solid tumors

  • Because it is not as effective and as practical as multipotent stem cells
  • Because there was a lack of research about it
  • Because the body tends to reject it and consider it foreign
  • Because many of the early use of it develops tumors

Industrial science deals with which of the following?

  • How several industries improved science
  • How the change of technology changed different industries
  • How knowledge changed the role of manpower in the industry
  • How the technology that arises from science is applied in industries

A broader labor market needs science and technology to compete on the modernity of different industries.

  • True
  • False

The _________ formalized the Declaration of Helsinki in 1964.

  • World Medical Association
  • Institutional Review Board
  • Public Health Service
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

It is a type of cell that is capable of perpetual self-renewal and has the ability to differentiate into specialized adult cell type.

  • Stem Cell

Which of the following did Patrick Geddes did?

  • He produced 110 tons of single-cell protein bacteria
  • He divided the history of technology into three stages
  • He claimed that we could regard life as a series of technical problem
  • He was the one who coined the term biotechnology

Tools and methods for pollution abatement, waste management technologies, recycling.

  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Bio-tourism
  • Bio-assessment of technology
  • Waste Management

Reporting non-existing data, eliminating data, and using inappropriate statistical tests are all part of what?

  • Reporting non-existing data, eliminating data, and using inappropriate statistical tests are all part of what?
  • Answer:
  • Bias in Data analysis

Which of the following is the third fate of a stem cell?

  • Dividing into two daughter cell where one is the same as the parent stem cell and the other is differentiated

Academic Science refers to the way scientific knowledge is transferred from an area of science to territory of technology

  • True
  • False

Discovery science is the principle describing the quest for unconventional knowledge through what?

  • Laws and Theories Presented from before
  • Systematic investigation and experiment
  • Confirmed Ideas and General Knowledge
  • Organized Skepticism

It is the intentional or reckless alteration or reckless hindering with the functioning of a computer or computer network by imputing, transmitting, damaging, deleting, altering or suppressing computer data or program.

  • Illegal Access
  • Illegal Interception
  • System Interference
  • Data Interference

In the process of mimicking photosynthesis what is the use of nanowires?

  • They are used to support the whole system above the ground
  • They function as the one who holds bacteria
  • They used to capture light
  • They prevent bacterial growth by continuously degrading and exposing other organisms(bacteria)to its particle

It is the process of transferring individual genes between organisms or modifying the genes in an organism to remove or add a desired trait or characteristic.

  • Genomic Sequencing
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • Zymotechnology

There are two activities involve in technical progress which is process innovation and which of the following?

  • Product Invention
  • Product Innovation
  • Process application
  • Product application

Overall the module talks about

  • The lack of budget and support to the scientific community
  • The increase of demand for government funded researches
  • The problem faced by the scientific research community in response to the conflict of interest with different privately owned corporations funding researches.
  • The importance of research to the people and the industry funding it

The person who illustrated the diffusion of technoscience crossed with the postmodern and social-constructivist discussion in North America.

  • Gilbert Hottois
  • Lyotard
  • Bruno Latour
  • Donna Haraway

Which of the following would best define what process innovation is?

  • It is where the developer focuses on developing new technologies and modifying the process of producing a certain product
  • It is changing the way a product is being used
  • It is the enhancement of a product in response to anticipated or actual demand
  • It is where the technologies created follows a certain trend in the development of technologies

According to the article, cognitive self-esteem after using google gives people a sense of thinking that google has become part of their cognitive tool set. This means that:

  • They finally get the sense of pride about their knowledge
  • They boasted off something which was never really a part of them
  • People has been more confident with themselves
  • They feel like they are smarter while they tend to rely on google

The following is where environmental biotechnology can be largely applied except for?

  • Technological advancement
  • Biodiversity index
  • Waste treatment
  • Pollution prevention

Technoscience refers to the strong interaction in contemporary scientific research and development

  • True
  • False

Environmental issues are often of the socio-scientific nature and treatment often requires project work in interdisciplinary settings.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following countries has highly contributed to the growing knowledge about IVF and cloning where the first mammalian clone and early work on embryonic stem cells was initiated?

  • United States
  • Britain
  • China
  • Germany

It is the principle describing the quest for unconventional knowledge through systematic investigation and experimentation.

  • Academic Science
  • Industrial Science
  • Science
  • Discovery Science

The first step on the 10-step model for nanotechnology risk management states that "A basic knowledge of the work is essential for doing an adequate assessment". Which of the following statement would be able to explain what it means

  • It means that a person with the right knowledge should always be involved

It is the dimension of science that relates to the distribution and understanding of scientific knowledge through the publication of scientific works.

  • Psychological Dimension
  • Sociological and Communal Dimension
  • Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension
  • Logical Generalizations

Transcriptionis a process where the mRNA is translated into an amino acid needed by the cell

  • True
  • False

According to Steven Nissen, a cardiologist in Cleveland Clinic, pharmaceutical industry's has a growing influence over what?

  • Environmental Research
  • Biological science
  • Medical schools
  • Medical research

It is under universalism where it is tantamount to the progressive elimination of restraints upon the exercise and development of socially valued capacities.

  • Democratization

_Selection bias is

  • When the people who are part of the study are those only interested to be part of the study and would have a big difference to those who don't

It refers to the use of lower species in biomedical experimentation as much as possible.

  • Justice
  • Public Health Service
  • Replacement
  • Refinement

Which of the following would best describe how science affects culture?

  • Science can shape the cultural views of the people, their understanding about the world and the thoughts they have
  • Culture is changed by science by changing the people supporting it except the fact that religion is not largely affected by science
  • Culture can't be affected by science
  • Science has improved the way people celebrate their culture especially now in the day where we have social media

What process did the researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory adopted in order to convert carbon dioxide to biofuels?

  • S. ovata
  • Emission
  • Social Enterprise
  • Photosynthesis

It acts both as protease inhibitors by protecting the encapsulated insulin from enzymatic degradation within its matrix and as permeation enhancers by effectively crossing the epithelial layer after oral administration.

  • Silicon box
  • Polymeric nanoparticles
  • Microspheres
  • Casein coating

Which of the following material has a high affinity for water and is used to gather water from the surrounding with less energy and is capable of up taking water even in environment with low humidity?

  • Organic matter
  • Zeolites dehumidifier
  • Metal oxides
  • Zirconium furmarate

Which of the following is the meaning of "in vitro"?

  • A process taking place inside the organism body
  • A process performed outside the living organism
  • It is defined as the importance of research when it comes to reproduction
  • A term used to describe the artificial way of reproduction

It is defined by the article as a negative attitude toward a group that is moving toward greater acceptability, but not toward a group with normatively stable social rejection.

  • Prejudice

It entails the conception of basic ideas and it is a product of laboratory scientist

  • Innovation
  • Invention
  • Technology
  • Interpolation

Process innovation is defined as

  • Change in the process of doing something to either lower the cost of production or to satisfy the new ways of satisfying existing wants

The following are the three principle proposed by William Russell and Rex Burch where animal research should conform to except for:

  • Refinement
  • Resurrection
  • Replacement
  • Reduction

Which of the following statement would best describe what the article "Playing god" is about?

  • A basic analysis of opinions coming from the society about the works of scientist
  • It was about the book of Jane Maienschein entitled "Whose View of Life"
  • It was a view of how many people are in favor of cloning
  • The article talks about a wider view of opinions about ethics in science

It is a self-organized system that performs complex life processes and is considered as the smallest unit of life

  • Cell
  • Nucleus
  • Mitochondria
  • Water

It has the central concept of linking the protection of bios rights to the defense of the rights of future generations

  • Bio-economics
  • Bio-diplomacy
  • Bio-education
  • Bio-legislation

Illegal Interception is made by technical means without right of any non-public transmission of computer data to, from, or within a computer system.

  • True
  • False

Nanotechnology has enabled the following except

  • Inventions of molecular scaled devices
  • Production of new unique materials
  • Destruction of hunger in Africa
  • Advancement of existing technologies

He was the one who recalled Hartsoeker's understanding and argued that the destruction of sperm is wrong as well as masturbation.

  • Nicolaas Hartsoeker
  • Thomas Hunt Morgan
  • Jane Maienschein
  • Pinhas Elijah

The following are challenges in taking drugs orally except

  • The drug has to overcome a mucous layer which is meant to keep out foreign invaders such as pathogens
  • A drug has to be kept away from water until it is ready to be taken
  • If a drug is taken orally it has to survive extreme acidity
  • The drug has to overcome mechanical agitation in the stomach

Which of the following would best define/describe what process innovation is?

  • An application of science and technology where it is focused on developing new technologies and thus new markets
  • It is the use of technology to be able to maintain existing product in the market
  • It is often in response to anticipated or actual demand for specific product characteristics
  • It is a result of product invention driven by the needs of the many

It is expressed regardless if it is in either the homozygous or heterozygous state

  • Dominant traits

A basic commercialization strategies for nanotechnology which is in response to anticipated or actual demand for specific product characteristics.

  • Process Invention
  • Product Invention
  • Process Innovation
  • Product Innovation

In 2000, all 189 member state of the United Nations adopted what to set goals for achieving specific targets by certain dates.

  • Biopolicy
  • Millennium declaration
  • Environmental Law Declaration
  • Biopolitical agreement

Cell that can only become one specialized cell type such as skin stem cells or muscle stem cells.

  • Multipotent Stem cells
  • Pluripotent stem cells
  • Totipotent Stem Cells
  • Unipotent Stem cells

The norms in the ethos of science are expressed in the form of prescriptions, proscriptions, preferences, and which of the following?

  • Permissions

Pollution loads, genetically modified organism, water and soils, biotechnology, and environmental policy are all part of which of the following courses?

  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Bio-tourism
  • Waste management
  • Food and Agriculture

Environmentally friendly tourism industry, suggestions for cultural tourism, environmental hotel management, water conservation, recycling.

  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Bio-tourism
  • Waste Management

Transactive memory systemis where people changes their thinking patterns because of the presence of internet or google itself.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following statement would best summarize the article.

  • Internet has filled up the job that our brain is not capable of doing, which is to think as fast and as accurate as possible
  • Google has helped us to understand the world more than anything on the internet
  • The internet has changed the way humans think from relying on another human being to relying on the internet which by then changed our manner of thinking.
  • Internet has replaced the place of other human beings in each other's live affecting how we will socialize in the future.

In building nanotechnology which of the following approach is where you start with individual moleculesand create a product from there.

  • Bottom-up approach

The norms under the ethos of science are legitimatized in terms of

  • Institutional Values
  • Imperatives
  • Question text

With all the potential of having transgenic animals people still have reservations about the idea of it. Which of the following is not included in the main reasons for not supporting the production of transgenic animals.

  • It cost more money compared to other forms of research
  • Some people feel that animals should be regarded as equal to humans in that they have the same basic rights as human beings
  • It is felt that by using animals for the production of pharmaceutical proteins we reduce them to mere factories.
  • Use of animals in biotechnological research causes great suffering to the animals.

It refers to the legal issues related to the use of Internet.

  • Net neutrality
  • Internet Protection Act
  • Internet Regulation
  • Cyberlaw

In general science affects culture by

  • Improvement of the devices used in plays and music
  • Shaping cultural worldviews, concepts, and thinking patterns
  • Adding technology to different cultural event
  • Changing it into a more futuristic view

If there are uncertainties about the risks involve or not enough information or uncertainty about the degree of exposure, what should the action be?

  • Report the incident to the health department to be able to minimize damages
  • Maintain control procedures and minimize chances of higher exposure occurring
  • Shut down the project
  • Find more information or conduct a more detailed assessment

Buckyball is a sheet of pure, carbon graphite rolled into cylinders usually a few nanometers in diameter and between 1 and 100 micrometers

  • True
  • False

According to article which of the following would be the best definition for stem cell?

  • Ability to reorganize itself into a new form of cell
  • Can reproduce and cure diseases
  • Capable of copying other cell and reproduce in a faster rate
  • Self-renewing and can differentiate to other types of cell

Alteration in the DNA coding sequence are referred to as

  • Mutations

Researchers have found that games improve skills in _____________

  • All of the above
  • communication and collaboration
  • number-related skills
  • problem-solving

It allows testing of embryos for a specific genetic variants to make sure that the conceived embryo will have less chances of developing abnormalities or diseases.

  • Preimplantation genetic diagnosis

Which of the following is the right etymology the term nano in nanotechnology?

  • Nanos - Greek word for small person
  • Nano - Latin word for ants or small insects
  • Nano - Latin term for invisible or cannot be seen
  • Nanos - Greek word for molecules

Antioxidants are believed to be highly effective for slowing down ageing, but a new article was published that says that antioxidant might cause cancer. Since antioxidant is being used by different companies for product promotion, these companies made some deals with several researchers to recreate the view of the scientific community on antioxidants.

  • Misclassification Bias
  • Funding Bias
  • Selection Bias
  • Survivor Bias

Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act is an act which has a goal on protecting the researchers from acts of violence perpetrated by groups of anti-animal research militants.

  • True
  • False

International and European union environmental policy and legislation, international treaties, environmental action.

  • Bio-history
  • Bio-legislation
  • Bio-health
  • Bio-assessment

The following are trends of science and technology in school except:

  • Concern for the Environment
  • Emphasis on Technology
  • Widening perspective
  • Social institutional Context

Unlike the philosophical enterprise of science, technoscience

  • It is seen as a theoretical activity
  • Can be physically manipulated
  • Is identified as fundamentally linguistic
  • Is known to be more important to society

Health systems need a comprehensive approach to data security that includes all aspects of their operations to be able to prevent which of the following?

  • Health systems need a comprehensive approach to data security that includes all aspects of their operations to be able to prevent which of the following?
  • Select one:
  • Cyber-attacks which may harm the confidentiality of health records
  • Political parties to use data against opposing parties
  • Medical doctors to access the data
  • Protect the records from the patient itself

In the 8th step of the 10-step model for nanotechnology risk management, If the assessment shows that there are significant risks to health beside from doing several actions in early steps the following are further actions should be acquired except:

  • Complementary employee training
  • More precise monitoring procedures
  • Having First aid and Emergency facility
  • Change the form of technology being harnessed

This states that a more subtle influence is exerted by the assumed ideas and values of a culture because these assumptions, along with explicitly formulated ideas and values form foundation for the way scientist think when they generate and evaluate theories or plan their research.

  • Science affects culture
  • Culture affects science
  • Personal consistency
  • Thought style

It refers to the freedom of the right of having access to every data on the internet.

  • Net neutrality

It is the emergence of new scientific or technological ideas that may be part of a random exogenous process.

  • Invention

Nano came from the Greek word "nanos" which means:

  • Small circles
  • Small objects
  • Small Person
  • Small animals

According to the module intellectual property rights may become an issue as commercialization progresses and nanotechnology matures because?

  • In the age as nanotechnology matures it somehow produce many competitors out in the market making it less possible to start up new patents.
  • People had always been very intact with their businesses that it would be hard for new businesses with new patents to occur.
  • There are no laws that protects products made from or by nanotechnology which makes it hard to patent future products
  • There is already a very wide range of patent claims, and the possible formation of patent thickets, which could contribute to barriers to entry for companies.

It is a metabolic disorder which results in high levels of blood glucose.

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Nanomedicine
  • Type 1 diabetes

Which of the following is the nearest model for a Stroop task?

  • Giving people a task of answering questionnaires about their behavior
  • Testing a group of people by showing them a set of pictures that they need to analyze
  • Testing a group of people by showing them a set of words with different colors where they have to identify the colors of the word given
  • Testing how well someone remembers something

It is an unethical study where it used a hundred of African men where to be able to study syphilis.

  • Science Advancement Research
  • HIV Project
  • Tuskegee Study
  • Black Propaganda Study

It is part of the research data recording which takes up about 5 hours in a one hour interview

  • Recording
  • Referencing
  • Transcribing
  • Publishing the paper

The following are innovations with the use of nanotechnology in treating diabetes except:

  • Polymeric nanoparticles
  • Implantable sensors
  • Insoluble glycerols
  • Microphysiometer

Which of the following would be an example of selection bias?

  • Conducting a survey about quality of life where you were only to gather data from poor communities
  • Mistaken one thing from another
  • Sharing the data with other researcher even though it was not needed
  • Not considering the possibility of limited people to participate

A pharmaceutical company paid a doctor to support the newly develop drug that they have for hypertension. This drug was still under clinical trials on animals but was able to enter the market after several papers coming from the doctor.

  • Misclassification Bias
  • Survivor Bias
  • Selection Bias
  • Funding Bias

Biotechnology is a combination of science, engineering, and technology conducted at a nanoscale

  • True
  • False

The following, according to the module, are significant barriers to firms trying to enter nanotechnology market except for

  • Development and manufacturing cost of equipment
  • Funds for research and development
  • Commercialization costs for nanotechnologies
  • Policies which blocks the improvement of science and technology

When a person is in more than one group and the group standards do not align, which of the following will be likely to happen

  • The existence of normative conflict

A stem have four fates/outcomes, which of the following is the first one?

  • Remain Quiescent without dividing or differentiating

A recessive trait is expressed only if

  • The person was able to get both recessive and dominant traits
  • The person gets to inherit both recessive trait
  • The person was able to have mutations within the segment of its DNA
  • The person was able to inherit a dominant trait

Science offers a form of stimulation on a scientist satisfying its hunger for knowledge or his/her curiosity on how things work

  • The joy of Science
  • Opinions of authorities
  • Ideological principles
  • Social-institutional contexts

The term technoscience first important appearance was on an article written by

  • Gilbert Hottois
  • Bruno Latour
  • Lyotard
  • Donna Haraway

In the statement'Imitatio Dei is morally positive' what is the meaning of the italicized word?

  • Imitate thee
  • Imitation of Mortals
  • Imitate Death
  • Imitation of God

B.I.O.'s educational and awareness-raising programs are directed at which of the following?

  • Promoting the restoration of the environment by shutting down industries not following rules and regulations
  • Work with United nations to provide a healthy future
  • Build a community with that is only relying on clean energy
  • Restoring the stability of our human and natural environments

Which of the following is the fourth fate of a stem cell?

  • Producing two new daughter cell where both are different and highly differentiated from the parent stem cell

Environmental protection as an ethical responsibility, codes of environmental ethics for every profession, the environment in bioethics.

  • Bio-ethics
  • Bio-history
  • Bio-assessment
  • Bio-legislation

It is the tendency to distribute information to other people who you think would remember a certain information more than you do.

  • Memory Group Distribution
  • Transactive Memory System
  • Google Effect
  • Intrapersonal memory banking

Which of the following is the third principle of the nurmberg code.

  • Increase number of workers for animal related experiments for better results
  • Lessen the use of animals in certain experiments
  • Compensation with the damages that the test caused on the human subject
  • It validated the use of animals for biomedical experimentation

On the last part of the of the article the authors had concluded that

  • People in the future will be smarter than the people of today
  • The study needs more research to be able to understand how the mind works.
  • Google will soon be capable of controlling the behavior of a person using it having him as highly reliant to it.
  • The internet may lead to a great improvement in the future where it will be a part of our memory without risking our identity.

It is a course that B.I.O. places online where environmental management, natural resource economics, international policy, EU environmental policy, and corporate policy are all part of it.

  • Biopolicy
  • Bio-education
  • Bio-economics
  • Bio-ethics

Renewable energy sources, clean energy, models for energy savings, wind, solar, biomass, energy efficient buildings.

  • Bio-ethics
  • Bio-architecture
  • Bio-energy
  • Bio-diplomacy

The one who believes that ensoulment occurs 40 days after conception

  • British
  • Jews
  • Muslim
  • Christians

Multipotent stem cells harvested from bone marrow have been used since 1960's to treat the following except what?

  • Lymphoma
  • Myeloma
  • Leukemia
  • Gymnostoma

It published the Public Health Service (PHS) policy on the Humane Care and Use of Laboratory Animals.

  • NIH Office of Protection from Research
  • World Medical Association
  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
  • Public Health Service

The person who wrote "Whose View of Life?".

  • Thomas Hunt Morgan
  • Nicolaas Hartsoeker
  • Pinhas Elijah
  • Jane Maienschein

Environmental management, natural resource economics, international policy, EU environmental policy, corporate policy.

  • Bio-diplomacy
  • Bio-economics
  • Bio-ethics
  • Bio-architecture

It is the dimension of science that pertains to the transmission of scientific knowledge to a particular sector of society.

  • Sociological and Communal Dimension
  • Psychological Dimension
  • Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension
  • Logical Generalizations

It is where sensors, robots, GPS, Mapping tools, and data analytics software are all combined into farming to be able to produce a machine capable of customizing care for plants and therefore lower the needs for labor.

  • Farming Enhanced Technology
  • Precision Farming
  • DuPont Tech Farming Robot
  • Technological Agriculture

The following statement are stated in the module as those who needs science except:

  • The citizens and importance of S&T to have a democratic form of freedom
  • The invention of Internet for the people around us
  • Industry which is important to the nation
  • Universities and Research Institution

Which of the following is one of the reasons why nanotechnology faces challenges when it comes to funding.

  • It risk on health, safety, and environment

To ensure that a sample is representative of the population, sampling should be or is preferred to be

  • Critically analyzed
  • The one you're familiar with in a population
  • Random
  • At best condition

A type of diabetes where the pancreas is not capable of producing insulin for the body.

  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Nanomedicine

A researcher was trying to know the effect of smoke coming from electric cigarette to mice. A week before being able to finish the observation period, dozens of mice that act as part of the subject was able to escape their cages. Regardless of what happened, the researcher still continued on writing the paper and just dealt with the ones who was not able to escape.

  • Funding Bias
  • Misclassification Bias
  • Survivor Bias
  • Selection Bias
  • Question 35
  • Incorrect
  • Mark 0.00 out of 1.00
  • Not flaggedNot flaggedFlag question

Antioxidants are compounds or molecules that have an uneven number of electrons making them unstable and highly reactive.

  • True
  • False

A type of stem cell that is restricted to becoming a more limited population of cells.

  • Multipotent Stem cells

Which of the following is one of the reasons why nanotechnology is faces challenges when it comes to funding.

  • Nanotechnology needs a lot of money to develop that's why it's hard to find investors
  • The government lacks support to it because it's not part of their interests
  • It is not supported by science itself for being too costly limiting its practicality.
  • It risk on health, safety, and environment

The following are tools or technologies that is very important in precision farming

  • Android Operating System
  • Analytics software
  • Robots and sensors
  • Global Positioning System

The following requires a review and regulation of assessment except for

  • If nanoparticle-related intoxication is reported
  • If the head of the company will visit the site of production
  • If there are significant changes in project products, work, material, process or control procedure
  • If inadequate control procedures are reported

One of the most obvious financial relationship which results to conflict of interest in research where it includes stock ownership in a company, grants coming from the company, and patents.

  • Indirect relationship
  • Direct relationship
  • Net worth
  • Company incentives

What is a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)?

  • It is a highly unstable A.I. capable of solving mathematical problems
  • It is a deep learning tool used for solving/doing visual activity
  • It is the use of computers to solve mental problems that can be observed by scanning
  • It is a network of wires that tends to track brain activity to be able to understand how some brain diseases manifests

In Liquid Biopsy, which of the following is needed to know if a person has cancer

  • Interstitial fluid
  • Urine
  • Blood
  • Spinal Fluid

An action that is important for the sources of innovation and knowledge, especially for small companies.

  • Formulating laws that will provide protection for those who can't afford nanotechnology
  • Taking actions in cutting the access of big companies in nanotechnology
  • Asking the government for support to fund small scale industry to afford nanotechnology
  • Collaborating with research community especially those coming from universities and other scientists

Nanotechnology is the use of biological organisms or processes in industrial, medical, agricultural, and environmental engineering

  • True
  • False

According to the module, the amount of research in 2006 funded by private industries

  • Increased

The national Institute of Health is planning to

  • Use nanotechnology to administer drugs to patient
  • Use stem cell to cure cancer
  • Use cells towards therapeutic use
  • Use technology to know the cause of degenerative diseases

This is based on subjective values and political goals for the way things should be in society.

  • Opinions of authorities
  • Social-institutional contexts
  • Ideological principles
  • The joy of Science

The two basic strategies for producing transgenic animals are

  • Gain of function and loss of function

According to the article between the two manners of building materials which is more promising?

  • Down-top approach
  • Bottom-up approach
  • Top-down approach
  • Top-bottom approach

Transcription is a process where

  • The mRNA is delivered into the cytoplasm
  • The DNA sequence of a gene is copied into a messenger RNA
  • Openness to debate and criticism
  • The mRNA is translated into an amino acid needed by the cell

It urges scholars, decision-makers, diplomats, business and civic leaders to actively contribute to the development of a life supporting society.

  • The Millennium Development Goals
  • International University for the Bio-environment
  • Biopolicy
  • Bio-Legislation

Agriculture and the environment, pollution loads, GMOs, water and soils, chemicals and biotechnology, environmental policy.

  • People with Disability in Modern Society
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Bio-tourism
  • Common Agricultural Policy

Refers to regulations of the infrastructure of the internet, itself.

  • Market
  • Net neutrality
  • Norms
  • Architecture

Transactive memory system is where people changes their thinking patterns because of the presence of internet or google itself.

  • True
  • False

Technique in gene transfer where cells are exposed to electric field which causes the membranes to become polarized and a potential develops across the membrane thereby breaking at localized areas and thus the cell becomes permeable to exogenous molecule

  • Electroporation

It is the interception made by technical means without right of any non-public transmission of computer data to, from, or within a computer system including electromagnetic emissions from a computer system carrying such computer data.

  • Data Interference
  • System interference
  • Illegal Access
  • Illegal Interception

Improving equity and quality of life for the disabled, accessibility, information, assistive technology, sports, Paralympic Games.

  • Food and Agriculture
  • Bio-tourism
  • People with Disability in Modern Society
  • Common Agricultural Policy

The following are the primary modes of internet regulations except for:

  • Bandwidth
  • Architecture
  • Laws
  • Markets

Which of the following is the definition given in the module for Zymotechnology?

  • It is the knowledge about the improvement of wine making in through application of science and technology
  • The improvement that takes place back when enzymes were discovered
  • The use of the bacteria known as Zymos in the field of technological science
  • It is an old term for the study of the processes of fermentation in yeast and bacteria in the production of foods and beverages

It is a form of bias that occurs when the study is supported by the company that wouldhelp the interest of the same company but instead of conducting a correct form of experiment the conclusion of the study was changed or manipulated.

  • Selection Bias
  • Volunteer Bias
  • Funding Bias
  • Survivor Bias

Along studying a new drug for a disease which was in a span of three years, two of the subjects died, which might be caused by old age. Which of the following bias would be fit to define the situation?

  • Survivor bias
  • Volunteer bias
  • Selection bias
  • Misclassification bias

Bio-informatics offers lessons about environmental management, natural resource economics, international policy, European environmental policy, and corporate policy.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following statement would best define what product innovation is?

  • It is the enhancement of a product in response to anticipated or actual demand

It is an expectation about appropriate behavior occurs in a group context.

  • Social norms

Under this influence is that it considers the fact that an extreme emphasis on cultural influence is neither accurate nor educationally beneficial, and even though there is a significant cultural influence on the process of science, usually the content of science is not strongly affected by cultural factors

  • Personal consistency
  • Thought style
  • Over-generalizing
  • Controversy

It is concerned with the relevance of biology and the life sciences for the public policy.

  • World Referendum
  • Bio-economics
  • Biopolicy
  • Bio-education

There are four primary modes of regulation of the internet. Which one of them governs areas like gambling, child pornography, and fraud.

  • Norms
  • Law
  • Architecture
  • Market

A period where philosophers, sociologist, and public intellectuals began to reflect on the growing link between biology and technology?

  • Interwar Period
  • Jurassic Period
  • Edo Period
  • Late Cambrian Period

It is a course being offered online by B.I.O. where it has a simplified text for non-experts who wish to become acquainted with the EU's Common Agricultural Policy.

  • Bio-tourism
  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Waste management

The following is seen crucial for any research organization except for

  • Having the right private funding for researches
  • Having time for ideas to grow to maturity
  • Having hospitality toward novelty
  • Openness to debate and criticism

A valuable chemical that can be used as a biofuel.

  • n-butanol
  • S. ovata
  • Acetate
  • Acetyl-CoA

In the Jurassic period, philosopher, sociologist, and public intellectuals began to reflect on the growing link between biology and technology.

  • True
  • False

It is the process of conforming to descriptive norms which usually results to actions which genuine and unrestrained.

  • Informational social influence

This refers to the action of lowering the number of animals involved in the experimentation:

  • Replacement
  • Refinement
  • Resurrection
  • Reduction

Which of the following statements define what Bayh-Dole Act?

  • It is the act that regulates the use of research paper by different scientists
  • The act granted universities and their professor's automatic rights to own and commercialize federally funded research
  • It is a law that limits private funding in different research
  • It is an act which allows scientist to protect their research from being copied

It is the scientific statements that scientists make based on the results of experimentation.

  • Psychological Dimension
  • Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension
  • Logical Generalizations
  • Sociological and Communal Dimension

Which of the following is included in the Belmont report?

  • Three basic ethical considerations in using humans as subjects for research
  • The rights of scientist in using animals in any way to cure diabetes
  • The role of the government in addressing the need for money of the human subject which is partly a result of poverty
  • A report on the increase of animal use in the past year

The authors describe It as a manner of changing how people think when they start to largely relay on the internet for some facts

  • Short-term Memory Reliance
  • Google Effect
  • Mental Distribution System
  • Transactive Memory System

It is formed in grouped situations and subsequently serve as a standards for the individual's perception and judgment when he is not in the group situation.

  • Social norms

A type of stem cell that shares some of the same characteristics as stem cells that came from embryos such as proliferation, morphology and gene expression but came from adult differentiated cells

  • Induced pluripotent Stem Cells
  • Multipotent stem cells
  • Embryonic stem cell
  • Totipotent stem cell

Bottom-up approach in building nanomaterials is where you have to start with a larger material and take off some parts of it or add something to it while the bottom-up approach is where you have to start with a smaller material and from there, create a useful nanomaterial.

  • True
  • False

Producing acetate out of carbon dioxide and sunlight using nanowires and bacteria, and subsequently producing valuable chemicals using out of acetate using engineered bacteria is an example of what?

  • Hybrid Technology
  • Scientific Knowledge
  • Experiment
  • Social Enterprise

Tools and methods of waste management and technologies, including recycling, composting, landfilling, and wastewater treatment.

  • Waste Management
  • Common Agricultural Policy
  • Bio-tourism

Which of the following is one of the major challenges with nanotechnology given by the article?

  • Lack of researchers for this form of technology
  • Creating large quantities of nanoscale materials is still time-consuming and expensive
  • Religious group of people that is against nanotechnologny
  • Laws that doesn't support nanotechnology

Are biodegradable polymers, with the polymer-insulin matrix enclosed by the nanoporous membrane containing grafted glucose oxidase?

  • Polymeric nanoparticles
  • Implantable sensors
  • Microphysiometer
  • Insoluble glycerols

The following are challenges in orally taken drugs except for:

  • It should be capable of surviving peristaltic movement of the esophagus

They are molecules that have an uneven number of electrons making them unstable and highly reactive.

  • Free radicals

What is a social norm?

  • Is the trend where people tend to copy each other
  • An action by which people tend to do in order to please each other
  • It is an expectation about appropriate behavior occurring in a group context
  • Is defined as the standard of the society that everyone should follow

The person who argued that if science is to improve the lot of humans, then scientists must hone their moral thinking and be more ready to listen to the opinions of ordinary people

  • Jane Maienschein
  • Thomas Hunt Morgan
  • Nicolaas Hartsoeker
  • Pinhas Elijah

It consist of a pair of strand of sugar-phosphate backbone attached to a set of pyrimidine and purine bases.

  • Ribonucleic acid
  • Deoxyribonucleic Acid
  • Polymerase
  • Genes

The following are all part of thorough counseling and data except for

  • Systematically evaluating the patient's phenotype
  • Knowing personal issues from the family of the patient to know mental health status
  • Gathering family history information
  • Obtaining informed consent from the patient

Which of the following is NOT true about milk production and lactation in transgenic animals

  • Transgenic animals is capable of overproduction of growth hormone making it five times heavier than it should be.

It is the old term for the study of the processes of fermentation in yeast and bacteria in the production of foods and beverages such as bread, cheese, tofu, beer, wine, wine, nato, etc.

  • Zymotechnology
  • Biocolonialism
  • Biotechnology
  • Bioengineering

What are teratomas?

  • Therapeutic use of stem cell
  • The lack of regenerative properties of cells
  • Solid tumors made up of mixture of all germ layer
  • Ability of stem cells to cause cancer

Karl Ereky coined the term biotechnology to describe the genera; processes of converting raw materials into useful products.

  • True
  • False

What is type 1 Diabetes?

  • It is a type of diabetes where the pancreas cannot produce insulin

According to the survey conducted by the union of the Concerned Scientists in 2005 half the scientists at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agreed that

  • That private funding have sped up the sharing of research results between different institutes
  • Corporate funding is crucial for the research community
  • Private corporations did affect the withdrawal or reversal of scientific research conclusions
  • Privately funded researches are easily accessed by other researchers

It is the application of ideas to something directly useful to mankind.

  • Technology
  • Invention
  • Interpolation
  • Innovation

You were given a research on knowing the happiness index of people under the Duterte administration. Since it will take an hour of ride to reach another community with a different social status you just collected data from the area that you are situated in where everyone was capable of earning a higher amount of money compared to an average family. Upon the analysis of data you found out that people tend to say that they are contended with what they have and that they did not experienced hunger.

  • Misclassification Bias
  • Survivor Bias
  • Funding Bias
  • Selection Bias

One of the members of the Institutional Animal Care Use Committee who would oversee all aspect of animal care is required to be which of the following?

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
  • Nurse
  • Medical technologist
  • Biologist

The following are key findings on the impact of nanotechnology in business except which off the following?

  • Businesses have concerns more about the unknown health and safety side-effects of nanotechnology
  • Local companies see themselves predominantly as users of nanotechnology, rather than developers of it
  • Government has a clear role of supporting nanotechnology according to companies
  • Business nowadays largely rely on nanotechnology and would need to come up with new form of technology to fit in the futures of businesses

Admission bias is

  • When the population studied does not reflect the general population
  • When a subject is falsely classified as something else.
  • When not every subject is given the equal opportunity to be included in the study
  • When the sample of the population being observed died

The health botanical published a paper that antioxidant was really helpful to our body, but after a week it was found out that the researcher has a strong connection with a company that sells product which claims that it contains antioxidants. What kind of bias can be derived from the situation?

  • Misclassification bias
  • Funding bias
  • Selection bias
  • Survivor bias

Bayh-Dole act which is passed in 1980, is the

  • law which states that the government has no right to own any research conducted by the university researchers when it is privately funded
  • Act granting universities and their professors automatic rights to own and commercialize federally funded research
  • Law passed that protects the environment from harmful activities of private corporations
  • The role of the government to address the issue between the environment and different industries.

A basic commercialization strategies for nanotechnology which is focused on developing technologies and thus new markets.

  • Process Innovation
  • Product Invention
  • Product Innovation
  • Process Invention

It is a complex set of knowledge, ideas and methods and is likely to be the result of a variety of different activities.

  • Innovation
  • Technology
  • Idea Alteration
  • Invention

Which of the following statement would best define technology?

  • It is the existing devices used by mankind to survive
  • It is the set of improvements that was seen throughout history
  • A group of knowledge used to improve something from the past including how it will be processed
  • Is a complex set of knowledge, ideas and methods and is likely to be the result of a variety of different activities

It refers to the way scientific knowledge is transferred from an area of science to a territory of technology.

  • Industrial Science
  • Academic Science
  • Science
  • Discovery Science

It is the intentional alteration or reckless hindering or interference with the functioning of a computer or computer network by inputting, transmitting, damaging, deleting, deteriorating, altering, or suppressing right or authority, including the introduction or transmission of viruses

  • Illegal Interception
  • System interference
  • Data Interference
  • Illegal Access

Different from science changing a society this form of interaction is where the systematized body of knowledge itself is affected by the fact that society will support whatever it is that they think will be good for them.

  • Thought style
  • Culture affects science
  • Personal consistency
  • Science affects culture

What does the review article "Opportunities and Challenges of Nanotechnology in the Green Economy" analyze?

  • It analyze the opportunities and challenges that nanotechnology have in building a greener economy.
  • It shows a discussions on the laws that nanotechnology may oppose upon its development
  • It examines the production of new technologies for a green economy
  • It shows the lack of support to nanotechnology because of the government's policies and low funding on it.

Which of the following is the first step for the 10-step model for nanotechnology risk management that Goudarziet. al. has suggested?

  • Identifying all nanoparticles
  • Division of the work for every staff or the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Provide information about the nanomaterials
  • Involvement of Experts in the process of developing nanotechnology
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Reading and Writing Skills

Purposive Communication

Project Management

Programmable Logic Controller

Professional Salesmanship

Kontekstwalisadong Komunikasyon

Environmental Marketing

Teacher and the School Curriculum

Physical Education and Health Grade 11

Philippine Popular Culture

Mathematics in the Modern World

Kritikal na Pagbasa Pagsulat at Pagsasalita

Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino

Inquiries Investigations and Immersion

Physical Education and Health: Individual and Dual Sports

Human Rights Education

Fundamentals of Martial Arts

Ethics

Earth Science

Creative Writing / Malikhaing Pagsulat

Creative Non Fiction: The Liter

Physical Education and Health: Team Sports

Pagsasaling Pampanitikan

Understanding the Self

Professional Ethics and Values


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