- Absorbance Units, a reporting unit in spectroscopy
- Astronomical unit, an approximation for the average distance between the Earth and the Sun
- Atomic units, a system of units convenient for atomic physics and other fields
- Gold, a chemical element with the symbol Au
- Arbitrary unit, a relative placeholder unit for when the actual value of a measurement is unknown or unimportant
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Famous quotes containing the word science:
“The negative cautions of science are never popular. If the experimentalist would not commit himself, the social philosopher, the preacher, and the pedagogue tried the harder to give a short- cut answer.”
—Margaret Mead (19011978)
“The well-educated young woman of 1950 will blend art and sciences in a way we do not dream of; the science will steady the art and the art will give charm to the science. This young woman will marryyes, indeed, but she will take her pick of men, who will by that time have begun to realize what sort of men it behooves them to be.”
—Ellen Henrietta Swallow Richards (18421911)
“We said that the history of mankind depicts man; in the same way one can maintain that the history of science is science itself.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)