Science, Medicine, and Mathematics
- Engineering physics
- EPDM rubber, a synthetic ethylene-propylene-based rubber
- Erythropoietin, a hormone
- Evoked potential, a stimulation induced electrophysiological test
- Evolutionary psychology, psychological approach that looks at traits such as memory
- European Pharmacopoeia, listing of substances used to make pharmaceutical products in Europe
- Expectation propagation, a technique in Bayesian machine learning
- Etoposide and platinum agent (cisplatin), a chemotherapy regimen
- EP, the alias of a patient with extreme anterograde and retrograde amnesia, similar to HM (patient)
- , potential energy
- Entry point (computer programming)
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“It is a monstrous thing to force a child to learn Latin or Greek or mathematics on the ground that they are an indispensable gymnastic for the mental powers. It would be monstrous even if it were true.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)