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What is Interdisciplinary?

In other on June 14, 2009 at 19:48

Interdisciplinary is defined as “of or relating to more than one branch of knowledge” by the New Oxford American Dictionary.

On this blog, you can find a collection of random, interdisciplinary information (and ramblings).

There’s a fair share from the physical sciences, such as physics, biology, chemistry (and combinations thereof, of course, as we will keep it interdisciplinary); and the social sciences, such as psychology, sociology, et cetera.

I hope you enjoy reading, and if you have something to say – feel free to leave a comment!

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