Science and Technology
- Signaling line circuits, a communications bus for fire and intrusion alarms
- Single-level cell, a type of flash memory
- Smart Link Communication
- Software life cycle
- SoLute Carrier family of membrane transport proteins
- Space Launch Complex
- Scan Line Corrector, a device used in remote sensing to ensure that scan lines along the flight trajectory are adjacent and parallel.
- In chemistry, Standard Laboratory Conditions, 25 degrees Celsius, 1 atm and molar volume = 24.5L
- standardized linear combination in principal component analysis
- Stanford Linear Collider
- Subscriber Loop Carrier or Subscriber Line Carrier - equipment providing central office-like telephone interface functionality
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