Science and Technology
- Electronegativity, a measure of the ability of an atom or molecule to attract electrons in the context of a chemical bond
- En, En (Lie algebra), a type of algebra
- EN standards, European standards for products and services by European Committee for Standardization: see List of EN standards
- Engrailed (gene), a gene involved in early embryological development
- en, ethylenediamine, an organic compound with the formula C2H8N2
- EN, exanewton, an SI unit of force: 1018 newtons
- Erythema nodosum, an inflammation of the fat cells under the skin
- Electroless nickel plating, a chemical technique for nickel-alloy plating
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