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Applied sciences are academic and professional fields that are based on the application of science to real world problem solving. This includes broad areas such as engineering, earth sciences and health sciences that are oriented to tangible and practical solutions. Applied sciences are primarily contrasted with formal sciences such as mathematics and natural sciences such as physics that pursue fundamental principles and laws of nature without being constrained to solve any specific problems. The following are common examples of applied sciences.
Aerospace Engineering
Agricultural Engineering
Agronomy
Bioinformatics
Biomechanics
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Climatology
Clinical Psychology
Coastal Engineering
Computer Engineering
Conservation Science
Control Engineering
Data Science
Dentistry
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Biology
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Geology
Environmental Physics
Environmental Science
Epidemiology
Food Science
Forensic Science
Forestry
Genetic Engineering
Geotechnical Engineering
Health Informatics
Horticulture
Industrial Engineering
Laboratory Medicine
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Medical Imaging
Medicine
Meteorology
Nanotechnology
Nuclear Engineering
Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Ocean Engineering
Pathology
Pharmacology
Physical Therapy
Robotics
Seismology
Software Engineering
Structural Engineering

Engineering

The application of mathematics and science to design and practical problem solving. This typically involves planning, building, launching and operating structures and systems. Engineering is also involved in the development of materials, chemicals and biotechnology.

Earth Sciences

A group of scientific fields that study the Earth and its structures, minerals, atmosphere, oceans and biosphere. These are often pure natural sciences that also have applied aspects.

Health Sciences

The application of science to understanding, maintaining and improving human health.

Forensic Sciences

The systematic examination, documentation and evaluation of physical and digital evidence to uncover facts, resolve disputes and provide expert insights to investigations of events.
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