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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

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

Select one:

a. Science

b. Academic Science

c. Discovery Science

d. Industrial Science

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

Select one:

a. Sociological and Communal Dimension

b. Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension

c. Psychological Dimension

d. Logical Generalizations

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

Select one:

a. Science

b. Discovery Science

c. Academic Science

d. Industrial Science
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It shows the impact of science on societal values and cultural beliefs.

Select one:

a. Science as a Social Enterprise

b. Logical Generalization

c. Academic Science

d. Science as a Cultural Resource

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

Select one:

a. Science

b. Discovery Science

c. Industrial Science

d. Academic Science

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

Select one:

a. Discovery Science (A)

b. Industrial Science

c. Academic Science

d. Science

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

Select one:

a. Sociological and Communal Dimension

b. Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension

c. Psychological Dimension
d. Logical Generalization (a)

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

Select one:

a. Psychological Dimension

b. Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension

c. Sociological and Communal Dimension (a)

d. Logical Generalizations

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?

Select one:

a. Experiment

b. Hybrid Technology (a)

c. Scientific Knowledge

d. Social Enterprise

The high density of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere brings about which of the following :

Select one:

a. Scientific Community

b. Photosynthesis

c. Climate Change

d. Emission (a)

A valuable chemical that can be used as a biofuel.

Select one:

a. Acetyl-CoA

b. Acetate

c. S. ovata
d. n-butanol (a)

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

Select one:

a. Sociological and Communal Dimension

b. Logical Generalizations

c. Cognitive or Philosophical Dimension (a)

d. Psychological Dimension

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

Select one:

a. Photosynthesis

b. Social Enterprise

c. Emission

d. S. ovata (a)

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.

Select one:

a. Hybrid Technology (a)

b. Scientific Community

c. Scientific Knowledge

d. Social Enterprise

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

Select one:

a. Emission

b. Experiment (a)

c. Hybrid technology
d. Photosynthesis

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

Select one:

a. Social Enterprise

b. S. ovata

c. Emission

d. Photosynthesis (a)

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

Select one:

a. Experiment

b. Environment (a)

c. Bacteria

d. Scientific Community

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

Select one:

a. Climate Change

b. Experiment

c. Photosynthesis

d. Emission (a)

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

Select one:

a. World Medical Association

b. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee


c. NIH Office of Protection from Research (A)

d. Public Health Service

It refers to the reduction of frequency or level of pain and distress that animals experience in biomedical
experimentation.

Select one:

a. Replacement

b. Public Health Service

c. Refinement

d. Justice

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

Select one:

a. Justice

b. Refinement

c. Public Health Service

d. Replacement

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

Select one:

a. Gilbert Hottois

b. Donna Haraway

c. Bruno Latour

d. Jean Francois Lyotard

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

Select one:

a. Concern for the Environment


b. Emphasis on Technology

c. Widening perspective

d. Social institutional Context

A research which demonstrates ethical misconduct and therefore shows the need for ethical and legal
guidelines in using humans for biomedical research.

Select one:

a. Gene Therapy

b. Drug

c. In Vitro

d. Tuskegee Study

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.

Select one:

a. Personal Consistency

b. The Joy of Science

c. Opinions of authorities

d. Ideological Principles

Unlike the philosophical enterprise of science, technoscience

Select one:

a. Is identified as fundamentally linguistic

b. Can be physically manipulated

c. It is seen as a theoretical activity

d. Is known to be more important to society

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.
Select one:

True

False

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

Select one:

True

False

Quantum computing aims to solve problems that cannot be answered by a simple machine examples of
the problems that it can aims to solve are the following except:

Select one:

a. Production of new Materials for different industries

b. Development of new molecules

c. Optimization problems

d. Problems related to Logarithmic Functions

The _________ formalized the Declaration of Helsinki in 1964.

Select one:

a. World Medical Association

b. Institutional Review Board

c. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

d. Public Health Service

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

Select one:

a. In Vitro

b. Side Effects

c. Gene Therapy
d. Drug

One of the members of IACUC must be a __________.

Select one:

a. Public Health Service

b. Replacement

c. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

d. Refinement

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

Select one:

a. Animal Models

b. Informed Consent

c. Office for Human Research Protection

d. Clinical Trial

It is a process where new drugs are tested for effectiveness and safety using human subjects.

Select one:

a. Clinical Trial

b. Office for Human Research Protection

c. Animal Models

d. Food and Drug Administration

It is what IRB requires researchers to obtain from human subjects.

Select one:

a. Office for Human Research Protection

b. Clinical Trial

c. Animal Models

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

Select one:

True

False

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

Select one:

a. Blood

b. Spinal Fluid

c. Interstitial fluid

d. Urine

Hydrogen powered cars were too pricey largely because of the fact that it uses platinum which is rare, so
in order to cut the cost researchers are planning to replace it with what

Select one:

a. Uranium

b. Cesium

c. Iron

d. Paladium

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

Select one:

a. Gilbert Hottois

b. Bruno Latour

c. Lyotard

d. Donna Haraway

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

Select one:
a. Gene degrading proteins

b. Nucleic Acid

c. DNA or RNA

d. Antibodies

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

Select one:

a. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

b. Public Health Service

c. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

d. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

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.

Select one:

a. In Vitro

b. Drug

c. Side Effects

d. Gene Therapy

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

Select one:

a. Industry which is important to the nation

b. Universities and Research Institution

c. The invention of Internet for the people around us

d. The citizens and importance of S&T to have a democratic form of freedom

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

Select one:
a. The lack of qualified teachers is not beneficial to the society especially to the research and its industry

b. Competence to modern labor

c. They play a key role in development of people for the S&T sector

d. It constitute to the improvement of science and Technology

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

Select one:

a. Lyotard

b. Donna Haraway

c. Bruno Latour

d. Gilbert Hottois
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.

Select one:

True

False

In producing sustainable communities the researchers plans to use what in order to produce electricity?

Select one:

a. Agricultural wastes

b. Fossil Fuel

c. Solar panels

d. Turbines

It was the one who generally accepted the principles contained in the Belmont Report.

Select one:

a. World Medical Association

b. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

c. Institutional Review Board


d. Public Health Service

The Millennium Development Goals include the following except:

Select one:

a. Spread HIV and Malaria

b. Reduction by one half of the proportion of people in the world whose income is less than one dollar
per day

c. Reduce the number of people that who suffers from hunger

d. Reduction of child Mortality

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

Select one:

a. Drug Treatment

b. Development Stage

c. Clinical Testing involving humans

d. Preclinical Trials

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.

Select one:

a. Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Science

b. The Laboratory Welfare Act

c. Declaration of Helsinki

d. International Regulation

Which of the following is included in the Belmont report?

Select one:

a. Three basic ethical considerations in using humans as subjects for research

b. A report on the increase of animal use in the past year

c. The rights of scientist in using animals in any way to cure diabetes


d. The role of the government in addressing the need for money of the human subject which is partly a
result of poverty

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

Select one:

a. Anti-black Market Act

b. Test Subject Protection Act

c. Animal Subject Welfare Act

d. Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act

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?

Select one:

a. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

b. Medical technologist

c. Biologist

d. Nurse

Academic science refers to which of the following?

Select one:

a. The manner of changing ideas through the improvement of technology from the society.

b. The way scientific knowledge is transferred from an area of science to territory of technology

c. The role of the academe to produce scientist with the right kind knowledge to solve the issues of the
society

d. The exact manner of how knowledge is created from universities to the industry to support business

Science as a cultural resource shows which of the following?

Select one:

a. How people cope up with new knowledge

b. How technology recreated culture


c. The impact of science on societal beliefs and values

d. The role of culture in the growth of knowledge

What is a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN)?

Select one:

a. It is the use of computers to solve mental problems that can be observed by scanning

b. It is a deep learning tool used for solving/doing visual activity

c. It is a network of wires that tends to track brain activity to be able to understand how some brain
diseases manifests

d. It is a highly unstable A.I. capable of solving mathematical problems

It has the purpose and responsibility of uplifting the spirit of humanity in order to reverse the crisis in
values that has resulted in serious environmental deterioration.

Select one:

a. Bio-diplomacy

b. Bio-economics

c. Bio-education

d. Bio-legislation

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Liquid Biopsy is capable of detecting which of the following?

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a. Early signs of cataract formation


b. Cancer

c. Alzheimer's Disease

d. Vitamin deficiency

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

Select one:

a. It was very one-sided form of reasoning without looking at the possible positive forms of scientific
research being talked about in the article

b. It doesn't consider the time and the knowledge invested in research.

c. It doesn't represent the general fact that it's basically in the field of science and not in religion.

d. It fails to appreciate the growing global anxiety that big businesses will control and selfishly exploit
the fruits of science.

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

Select one:

a. Thomas Hunt Morgan


b. Pinhas Elijah

c. Nicolaas Hartsoeker

d. Jane Maienschein

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

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a. Refinement

b. Resurrection

c. Replacement

d. Reduction

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The one who believes that ensoulment occurs 40 days after conception

Select one:

a. Christians

b. Muslim
c. British

d. Jews

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

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a. Clinical Testing involving humans

b. Development Stage

c. Preclinical Trials

d. Drug Treatment

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

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a. Science has improved the way people celebrate their culture especially now in the day where we have
social media

b. Culture is changed by science by changing the people supporting it except the fact that religion is not
largely affected by science
c. Culture can't be affected by science

d. Science can shape the cultural views of the people, their understanding about the world and the
thoughts they have

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

Select one:

a. Proteomic Analysis

b. Cell Survey Analytics Study

c. Single-cell protein

d. Human Cell Atlas

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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.

Select one:

a. Bio-legislation

b. Bio-diplomacy
c. Bio-education

d. Bio-economics

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

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a. A set of laws and theories that support our knowledge of the world around us

b. The perception of the people around us which affects culture and behavior of everyone in the same
community.

c. The manner of improving technologies and knowledge to further understand the world around us.

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

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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

Select one:

a. Nicolaas Hartsoeker

b. Thomas Hunt Morgan


c. Pinhas Elijah

d. Jane Maienschein

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

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a. Pinhas Elijah

b. Robert Winston

c. Nicolaas Hartsoeker

d. Jane Maienschein

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

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a. A process taking place inside the organism body

b. A term used to describe the artificial way of reproduction

c. A process performed outside the living organism


d. It is defined as the importance of research when it comes to reproduction

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

Select one:

a. HIV Project

b. Science Advancement Research

c. Tuskegee Study

d. Black Propaganda Study

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

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a. Justice

b. Beneficence

c. Respect for the Person

d. Aspects of Life Science


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

Select one:

a. Global Positioning System

b. Analytics software

c. Robots and sensors

d. Android Operating System

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

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a. Biopolicy

b. Biopolitical agreement

c. Environmental Law Declaration

d. Millennium declaration

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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?

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a. Britain

b. Germany

c. United States

d. China

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

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a. Systematic investigation and experiment

b. Organized Skepticism

c. Laws and Theories Presented from before

d. Confirmed Ideas and General Knowledge

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

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a. Organism who tends to consume acetate to be able to produce glucose

b. It is an organism capable of surviving an environment with high acetic acid content

c. It is an organism capable of producing acetate from carbon dioxide in an anaerobic environment.

d. It is an organism highly capable of processing water to be able to produce acetone