Science Full Forms (A to Z)

Science is the study of the natural world, with the goal of understanding the fundamental nature of the universe and the principles of life. Science is the process of gathering data and forming theories to make predictions about the natural world, and then testing those predictions. Science is a systematic body of knowledge that builds on previous knowledge, collects new data, and revises theories to reflect new findings.

Science-related Full Forms

Short FormsFull Forms
RADARRadio Detection And Ranging
ESRElectron Spin Resonance
STPStandard Temperature and Pressure
SI UnitsInternational System of Units
SONARSound Navigation and Ranging
INSARInterferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar
IUPACInternational Union Of Pure and Applied Chemistry
IRNSSIndian Regional Navigation Satellite System
ISROIndian Space Research Organisation
LASERLight amplification by stimulated emission of radiation
mAHMilli-Ampere Hour
DMFDimethylformamide
CFLCompact Fluorescent Lamps
AIArtificial intelligence
ALUArithmetic Logic Unit
MOTMolecular Orbital Theory
CAIIBCertified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers
CCTVClosed-circuit television
GHGrowth Hormon
CmosComplementary metal-oxide-semiconductor
GPSGlobal Positioning System
BMPBone Morphogenetic Proteins
GSLVGeosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle
LBSPOUNDS
LTELong-Term Evolution
MCBMiniature Circuit Breakers
SMPSSwitched-Mode Power Supply
CFT Crystal Field Theory
PSLVPolar Satellite Launch Vehicle
PVCPolyvinyl chloride
VoLTEVoice over Long Term Evolution
ELISAEnzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
WiFiWireless Fidelity
LiFiLight Fidelity
EMFElectromotive Force
UHFUltra-High Frequency
VHFVery High Frequency
PCR Polymerase Chain Reaction
MASERMicrowave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
NASANational Aeronautics and Space Administration
ICIntegrated Circuit
RPMRevolutions Per Minute
TCA Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle
UVUltraviolet
FMFrequency Modulation
CRTCathode Ray Tube
LPG Liquefied Petroleum Gas 
LEDLight Emitting Diode
RBCRed Blood Cell
BEEMBallistic Electron Emission Microscopy
FGF Fibroblast growth factor
ACALternative Current
ACRUAstrophysics Cosmology Research Unit
CCClosed Circuit
ACMPAdvances in Condensed Matter Physics
AFAudio Frequency
AERAgranular Endoplasmic Reticulum
CMCenter Of Mass
DCDirect Current
BGBoltzmann Gibbs

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