In Mathematics, Science and Technology
- Electron magnetic dipole moment, the magnetic moment of an electron caused by its intrinsic property of spin
- Rotation or spin, a movement of an object in a circular motion
- Social Phobia Inventory, abbreviated as SPIN, a psychological test of social anxiety disorder
- SPIN bibliographic database, major Physics research is the focus (a citation index)
- Spin (physics) or particle spin, a fundamental property of elementary particles
- Spin (flight), autorotation of an aerodynamically stalled aeroplane
- Spin group, in mathematics, a particular double cover of the special orthogonal group SO(n)
- Spinning (textiles), the process of creating yarn from various raw fibre materials
- Spinning (polymers), a process for creating polymer fibres
- Metal spinning, the process of forming metal over a mandrel while rotating on a lathe
- Fokker Spin, an aeroplane built by Anthony Fokker
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