Technology and Science
- .gr, the internet country code top-level domain for Greece
- GamesRadar, a website owned by Future Publishing
- General relativity, a theory of gravitation proposed by Albert Einstein
- Glucocorticoid receptor, a ligand-activated intracytoplasmatic transcription factor
- Glutathione reductase, an important cellular antioxidative enzyme
- Google Reader, an RSS reader service from Google
- Grain (measure) (gr), a unit of mass
- Graphics Resolution, a graphics mode for Apple II-family computers
- Grashof number, noted as "Gr" in physics
- Gutenberg–Richter law, in seismology
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