EP - Science, Medicine, and Mathematics

Science, Medicine, and Mathematics

  • Engineering physics
  • Electrophotography
  • Electrophysiology
  • EPDM rubber, a synthetic ethylene-propylene-based rubber
  • Erythropoietin, a hormone
  • Evoked potential, a stimulation induced electrophysiological test
  • Evolutionary psychology, psychological approach that looks at traits such as memory
  • European Pharmacopoeia, listing of substances used to make pharmaceutical products in Europe
  • Expectation propagation, a technique in Bayesian machine learning
  • Etoposide and platinum agent (cisplatin), a chemotherapy regimen
  • EP, the alias of a patient with extreme anterograde and retrograde amnesia, similar to HM (patient)
  • , potential energy
  • Entry point (computer programming)

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