Science and Engineering
- ADA collider, the first electron–positron collider
- in genetics, ADA is the abbreviation of Adenosine deaminase enzyme
- Analog-to-digital converter/Digital-to-analog converter, seen as ADA or A/DA, conversion occurring in some electronic devices, often musical
- Adangme language's ISO 639-2 code
- Advanced Distribution Automation, the extension of intelligent control over an electrical power grid
- After the Development of Agriculture, A.D.A., system of counting years, like A.D. and A.M.
- Ada (food), Indian food made with rice, coconut powder mix, and sugar
- Ada (ship), wooden Ketch, wrecked near Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
- USS Little Ada (1864), steamer captured by the Union Navy during the American Civil War
- 523 Ada, minor planet orbiting the Sun
- Ada (orchid), genus of orchids
- Ada aurantiaca, species of orchid and the type species of its genus
- Ada keiliana, species of orchid
- Computer science
- Ada (programming language), programming language based on Pascal
- Ada (computer virus)
- Apple Design Awards
- Enzymes, etc.
- Adenosine deaminase, enzyme involved in purine metabolism
- Ada (protein), enzyme induced by treatment of bacterial cells
- Ada regulon, one of the Escherichia coli adaptive response proteins
- Cyclone Ada (disambiguation), two tropical cyclones named Ada
- Scientific and medical organizations
- AdA (physics) or Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (National Institute for Nuclear Physics), Italy
- American Dental Association
- American Diabetes Association
- American Dietetic Association
- American Dyslexia Association
- Air travel
- Ada Air, regional airline based in Tirana, Albania
- Ada International Airport or Saipan International Airport, Saipan Island, Northern Mariana Islands
- Aerolínea de Antioquia, Colombian Airline
- Airline Deregulation Act, 1978 US bill removing governmental control from commercial aviation
- Adana Şakirpaşa Airport's IATA code
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