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natural science

noun as in physical science

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The brand has over a dozen active channels on YouTube, ranging from thematic channels, like those about natural science to history or standalone series channels.

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“The bottom line — why animals do the things that they do, why they are the things that they are — is because of evolution,” said Kershenbaum, a lecturer and director of studies in the natural sciences at the university’s Girton College.

Owners Ben and Sonja Walter-Sundaram have renovated the property’s barn for concerts and a lecture series focusing on local and Maine history and the natural sciences.

The mathematical key to cracking “phase transitions” debuted exactly 100 years ago, and it has transformed the natural sciences.

Diversity strengthens birding, she explains — and the broader natural science community, too.

This, of course, is why the enterprise is called natural science.

Therefore it will be well briefly to sketch the steps by which natural science has come to be what it is.

Besides music, Albrecht took great interest in natural science and mathematics.

The advantage that the men of natural science have over their colleagues is one which the nature of the subject brings with it.

During the earlier years of the reign much interest in natural science was aroused, probably through French influence.

This is the first sample of the critical Ionian spirit, later so remarkable in philosophy and natural science, says Helbig.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to natural science, such as: biology, physics, chemistry, life sciences, pure science, and science of matter.

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