Scientific progress for any nation is measured by its ability to keep up with scientific
development about the human, the universe and the life. In addition to conducting
the necessary research to guarantee its continuity and progress. The scientific
level of any nation is exemplified by its reservoir of scientific research for that
community in a certain time, and the ability of that nation to use that reservoir
in comprehensive development processes that is reflected on life.
In other words, there is no progress without scientific research. The success of
developed nations refers to the fact that scientific research for them is the core
of any progress. While talking about scientific research, we don't mean natural
sciences only. But social sciences are also crucial demands to construct any community.
The interaction between natural scientists and their social and human counterparts
is a necessity for the healthy structure of a nation. Furthermore, experienced scientists
should stand side by side with planners, economists and technicians with free access
to scientific community.
For this reason scientific research is no longer the responsibility of scientists
only, but it is also a fatal concern for politicians and public interest as well.
This is attributed to its effect on the community and enabling it to face the new
challenges and to cope with the current scientific attitudes towards technology.