Science and Technology
- Flame retardant
- Flash release, a technique used in wine pressing
- Band 3, a protein
- Froude number, in physics
- Francium, the symbol for the chemical element
- Franklin (unit), unit of electrical charge
- French catheter scale, a scale for medical catheters
- Front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout (FR layout), front-engine, rear-wheel drive automobile design
- Framework region, a part of the structure of certain proteins
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