IN THE MIDDLE AGES:
Science in the middle ages existed, but wasn’t well advanced as it is today. The best doctors and scientists during the middle ages were not in Europe, but in the Islamic Empire to the south and the east. Most people learnt science from Islamic scientists and doctors.
Science today is very advanced and well explored. Children from the age of 12 get taught science in high school, if not earlier. Today there are many branches of science these include; physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology, oceanography, paleontology, meteorology, botany, zoology, genetics and medicine.
Science today compared to the middle ages is extraordinarily different. We still have some of the same branches of science that we still learn today such as chemistry. The only difference is that these days we have more options and branches of science to choose from.