Science and Education
- Hassium, the chemical element with symbol Hs
- Homo sapiens, the taxonomical name for humans
- Hydrogen sulfide, HS–, a chemical compound derived from H2S
- Mercapto radical, HS•, a radical molecule
- Hun stuff (a World War I name for mustard gas)
- Hereditary spherocytosis, a genetic disorder marked by hemolytic anemia
- Hidradenitis suppurativa, a skin condition affecting apocrine sweat glands and hair follicles
- the Higman–Sims group in mathematics
- High school (secondary education)
- Higher Secondary Examination in West Bengal
- Homeschool, among homeschoolers usually
- High Seas, international waters outside a coastal states EEZ
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“Curiosity engenders both science and scandal.”
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