Science doesn't just happen in a lab - it's a part of everyday life - even yours!

Science is a great blessing to mankind. Nothing better has happened in the history of man than advent of science in his life. It is the magic that was unknown to humankind for several years until the great discovery of the wheel came to existence.

The world into which science came was a world of ignorance, suffering and hardship. Science has come to relieve us of sufferings, to remove our ignorance and to lighten our toil.

Science is a faithful servant of man. It serves us in all walks of life. Science has transformed our daily life. Gone are the days when only the rich men could afford luxuries. Science has made them cheap and has brought them within the reach of everybody. Science has produced goods on a larger scale in every market, which are sold at cheaper rates.

What would you do if you fell ill? You would probably consult a doctor. This doctor would perform a magic by which you are now completely all right. This magic is none other than Biology, which grows as a branch from the tree called science. Science is our most faithful medical attendant. It shows every care for our health. Because of science, we are cured of many diseases. It has given us the power to reduce epidemics like cholera and small pox the scourge of mankind.

Science has helped in reducing the death rate and has also enhanced the living age of humans. Recently, there was a breakout of a deadly virus from the corona group of viruses called Novel corona-virus or COVID-19 which has destroyed the life of others and has also kill them to death. In such a situation we couldn’t have even thought about our lives in risk without the aid of science. But, science is there to save the day. Thanks to science WHO and some of the to scientists are trying to find a cure to this deadly disease.

Small pox is another instance which proves the important of science in our everyday and day-to-day life. Without the discovery of the vaccine more than 1/3rd of the worlds population would not have existed.

Science has reduced distance and made travelling a pleasure. Science has annihilated time and space. Trains roar through deserts, jungles and mountains while aeroplanes fly across thousands of kilometres in a matter of hours. Hyper-loops whooshing through vacuumed tunnels at the speed of 1,200 km/h helping us reach our destinations much faster and safer. The work of months and years can now be completed in hours. All these are transport systems that have evolved from aerodynamics or physics, which happens to be one of the branches of science.