Technological advances change the way scientific research is being done.

March 21, 2007 7:52am CST
Mathematics has solved problems in nature for centuries.the ancient Egyptians used geometry to survey their landscape.isaac newton deneloped calculus while describing planetary motion.according to university of Wisconsin assistant professor Gheorghe Craciun,the most interesting mathematical challenges still some from the past,these related exclusively to physics,whereas now,both physics and biology offer applications."biology used to be about looking at things,either with the naked eye or through a microscope,"said Craciun,describing a predominantly qualitative field,in which biologists describe what they technology is shifting biology to a quantitative field.
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