- Parabolic aluminized reflector light, or Parabolic aluminized reflector or "PAR light", a type of floodlight
- Participatory Action Research, research methodology
- Phased array radar
- Photosynthetically active radiation, measurement of the amount of photosynthetically active wavelengths in light
- Population attributable risk, the difference in rate of a condition between an exposed population and an unexposed population
- Possible Allergic Reaction, warning accompanying some E number encodings for food additives
- Precision Approach Radar, military instrument approach system
- Pro Action Replay, brand of expansion cartridges for various home video game consoles
- Protease-activated receptor, cell receptor that is activated by cleavage
- Peak-to-average ratio
- Pseudoautosomal region, Homologous DNA sequences on X and Y chromosmes
- PAR the IATA airport code covering all airports in Paris, France
- PolyADP ribosylation, the addition of one or more ADP-ribose moieties to a protein
- Proven Acceptable Range, Known good operational window of any parameter that has been developed through experiment.
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