Group Info

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  • Bacteriology – study of bacteria.
  • Balneology – science of the therapeutic use of baths.
  • Batrachology – study of frogs.
  • Barodynamics – science of the support and mechanics of bridges.
  • Barology – study of gravitational force.
  • Bathymetry – study of underwater depth of ocean floors or lake floors.
  • Batology – the study of brambles.
  • Bibliology – study of books.
  • Bibliotics – study of documents to determine authenticity.
  • Bioecology – study of interaction of life in the environment.
  • Biogeochemistry – study of chemistry of the surface of the Earth.
  • Biology – study of life.
  • Biochemistry – study of chemical processes within and relating to living organism.
  • Biomechanics – study of the structure, function and motion of the mechanical aspects of biological systems.
  • Biometrics – study of biological measurement for security purposes.
  • Bionomics – study of organisms interacting in their environments.
  • Biophysics – study of physics of biological phenomena.
  • Biopsychology – application of the science of biology to the study of psychology.
  • Biotribology – study of friction, wear and lubrication of biological systems.
  • Botany – study of plants.
  • Bromatology – study of food.
  • Bryology – study of mosses and liverworts.

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  • Quinology – study of quinine.
  • Quantum computing – the exploitation of collective properties of quantum states, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform computation.
  • Quantum mechanics – a fundamental theory in physics which describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles
  • Queer theory – study of issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity

R

  • Raciology – study of racial differences
  • Radiobiology – study of the scientific principles, mechanisms, and effects of the interaction of ionizing radiation with living matter
  • Radiochemistry – study of ordinary chemical reactions under radioactive circumstances
  • Radiology – study of X-rays and their medical applications
  • Reflexology – study of reflexes
  • Rheology – science of the deformation or flow of matter
  • Rheumatology – study of rheumatism
  • Rhinology – study of the nose
  • Rhochrematics – science of inventory management and the movement of products
  • Robotics – deals with the designing, construction, and operation of robots
  • Runology – study of runes

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