Traducción de natural science en Español:

natural science

ciencias naturales, n.

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    ciencias naturales femenino
    • The first is a scientific encyclopaedia covering logic, natural sciences, psychology, geometry, astronomy, arithmetic and music.
    • In 1910 he began studying medicine at Munich University, but he soon switched to natural sciences, then engineering.
    • In addition, all institutions have freshman introductory courses both in natural sciences and social sciences.
    • Undergraduate majors in the arts and humanities, natural sciences, or social sciences can prepare you for law school.
    • Medicine and the natural sciences were also undergoing similar transformations.
    • The university offered studies in theology, medicine, and law, but nothing at that time in the natural sciences.
    • Students at Birkbeck carry out research in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.
    • In such schools English can be used as the medium of instruction for mathematics and the natural sciences, while Urdu can be the medium for other subjects.
    • Mathematics and statistics, like the natural sciences, draw their strength from being abstract.
    • However, young Danes tend to choose humanistic or social science studies over the natural sciences.
    • We also expect an increased participation of our project partners from the physical and natural sciences.
    • It thus encompasses in a unique way the arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
    • Compared to the natural sciences and medicine, psychology is a relatively new field.
    • Human actions and reactions do not conform to the laws of physics, mechanics, or the natural sciences.
    • Physics, the most mathematical of the natural sciences, should suffer the least from this abhorrent tendency.
    • By the 1990s, biology had replaced physics as the most important and visible of the natural sciences in America.
    • The next trick deals with exploiting the differences between the natural sciences and disciplines like linguistics, properly part of the humanities.
    • The work of Darwin and the subsequent discoveries in both the physical and natural sciences have moved this process toward completion.
    • The left-hand column below lists natural sciences; the right-hand one, human sciences.
    • In the natural sciences, biology and geology should be emphasized.