( Engineering, General and Physical Science.)
Biology, Psychology, Physics...
An area of university study that normally comprises courses based on a knowledge of facts, phenomena, laws, and proximate cause is designated as science (e.g., biology, chemistry, computer science, geography, geology, mathematics, nutrition, and physics).
Understanding the natural world.
Denotes any educational game with an emphasis on learning biology, chemistry, physics, etc.
includes biology, chemistry, earth science and geology, physics, resource sciences, space and astronomy, biotechnology, engineering, computer and information technology.
A process by which we find out about the world.
Knowledge of the physical and chemical properties of the world, at a medieval level. Most technology would be very basic and not widespread.
The body of related courses concerned with knowledge of the physical and biological world and with the processes of discovering and validating this knowledge.