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  1. Acanthochronology – study of cactus spines grown in time ordered sequence
  2. Acarology – study of mites and ticks
  3. Accountancy – measurement, processing, analyzing, reporting and communication of financial information about economic entity and activities
  4. Aceology – science of remedies, or of therapeutics; iamatology.
  5. Acology – study of medical remedies
  6. Acoustics – science of sound
  7. Actinobiology – synonymous with Radiobiology
  8. Adenology – study of glands
  9. Aedoeology – science of generative organs
  10. Aerobiology – study of airborne organisms
  11. Aerodonetics – science or study of gliding
  12. Aerodynamics – dynamics of gases; science of movement in a flow of air or gas
  13. Aerolithology – study of aerolites; meteorites
  14. Aeropalynology – study of pollens and spores in atmosphere
  15. Aerology – study of the atmosphere
  16. Aeronautics – study of navigation through air or space
  17. Aerostatics – science of air pressure; art of ballooning
  18. Agonistics – art and theory of prize-fighting
  19. Agriology – comparative study of primitive peoples
  20. Agrobiology – study of plant nutrition; soil yields
  21. Agroecology – study of ecological processes applied to agricultural production systems
  22. Agrogeology – study of agrominerals
  23. Agrology – study of agricultural soils
  24. Agronomics – study of productivity of land
  25. Agrostology – science or study of grasses
  26. Alethiology – study of truth
  27. Algedonics – science of pleasure and pain
  28. Algology – study of algae or the study of pain
  29. Anaesthesiology – study of anaesthetics
  30. Anatomy – study of the structure of the body
  31. Andragogy – theory and practice of education of adults
  32. Andrology – study of men’s physiology
  33. Anemology – study of wind
  34. Angiology – study of blood flow and lymphatic system
  35. Anthropobiology – study of human biology
  36. Anthropology – study of human cultures
  37. Anthrozoology – study of human-animal interaction
  38. Apiology – study of bees
  39. Aquatic ecology – study of aquatic environment
  40. Arachnology – study of arachnids
  41. Archaeology – study of human material remains
  42. Archelogy – study of first principles[1]
  43. Archology – science of the origins of government
  44. Areology – study of Mars
  45. Aretaics – science of virtue
  46. Aristology – science or art of dining
  47. Aromachology – study of smell and odor
  48. Arthrology – study of joints
  49. Arthropodology – study of arthropods like insects and arachnids
  50. Astacology – science of crayfish
  51. Astheniology – study of diseases of weakening and aging
  52. Astrobotany – study of plants in space
  53. Astrobiology – study of extraterrestrial life
  54. Astrodynamics – study of motion of rockets and spacecraft
  55. Astrogeology – study of extraterrestrial geology
  56. Astronomy – study of celestial bodies and phenomena
  57. Astrophysics – study of behaviour of interstellar matter
  58. Astroseismology – study of star oscillations
  59. Atmology – the science of aqueous vapor
  60. Audiology – study of hearing
  61. Autecology – study of ecology of one species
  62. Autology – scientific study of oneself
  63. Auxology – science of growth
  64. Avionics – science of electronic devices for aircraft
  65. Axiology – science of the ultimate nature of value
  1. Bacteriology – study of bacteria
  2. Balneology – science of the therapeutic use of baths
  3. Barodynamics – science of the support and mechanics of bridges
  4. Barology – study of gravitational force
  5. Bathymetry – study of underwater depth of ocean floors or lake floors
  6. Batology – the study of brambles
  7. Bibliology – study of books
  8. Bibliotics – study of documents to determine authenticity
  9. Bioecology – study of interaction of life in the environment
  10. Biology – study of life
  11. Biochemistry – study of chemical processes within and relating to living organism
  12. Biomechanics – study of the structure, function and motion of the mechanical aspects of biological systems
  13. Biometrics – study of biological measurement for security purposes
  14. Bionomics – study of organisms interacting in their environments
  15. Biophysics – study of physics of biological phenomena
  16. Biopsychology – application of the science of biology to the study of psychology
  17. Biotribology – study of friction, wear and lubrication of biological systems
  18. Botany – study of plants
  19. Bromatology – study of food
  20. Bryology – study of mosses and liverworts
  1. Cacogenics – study of racial degeneration
  2. Caliology – study of bird’s nests
  3. Calorifics – study of heat
  4. Cambistry – science of international exchange
  5. Campanology – study of bells
  6. Carcinology – study of crabs and other crustaceans
  7. Cardiology – study of the heart
  8. Caricology – study of sedges
  9. Carpology – study of fruit
  10. Cartography – science of making maps and globes
  11. Cartophily – hobby of collecting cigarette cards
  12. Castrametation – art of designing a camp
  13. Catacoustics – science of echoes or reflected sounds
  14. Catalactics – science of commercial exchange
  15. Catechectics – art of teaching by question and answer
  16. Celestial mechanics – study of motion of objects in outer space
  17. Cell biology – study of the different structures and functions of both eukaryote and prokaryote cells
  18. Cetology – study of whales and dolphins
  19. Chalcography – art of engraving on copper or brass
  20. Chalcotriptics – art of taking rubbings from ornamental brasses
  21. Chaology – study of chaos or chaos theory
  22. Characterology – study of development of character
  23. Chemistry – study of properties and behaviours of substances
  24. Chionology – study of snow
  25. Chirocosmetics – beautifying the hands; art of manicure
  26. Chirography – study of handwriting or penmanship
  27. Chirology – study of the hands
  28. Chiropody – medical science of feet
  29. Chorology – science of the geographic description of anything
  30. Chrematistics – study of wealth; political economy
  31. Chronobiology – study of biological rhythms
  32. Chrysology – study of precious metals
  33. Ciselure – art of chasing metal
  34. Classical mechanics – study of motion of macroscopic objects
  35. Climatology – study of climate
  36. Clinology – study of aging or individual decline after maturity
  37. Codicology – study of manuscripts
  38. Coleopterology – study of beetles and weevils
  39. Cometology – study of comets
  40. Computer science – study of processes that interact with data
  41. Conchology – study of shells
  42. Connectomics – study of connectomes
  43. Contact mechanics – study of the deformation of solids that touch each other
  44. Coprology – study of feces
  45. Cosmetology – study of cosmetics
  46. Cosmochemistry – study of the chemical composition of matter in the universe and the processes that led to those compositions
  47. Cosmology – study of the universe
  48. Craniology – study of the skull
  49. Criminology – study of crime; criminals
  50. Cryobiology – study of life under cold conditions
  51. Cryptology – study of codes
  52. Cryptozoology – study of animals for whose existence there is no conclusive proof
  53. Ctetology – study of the inheritance of acquired characteristics
  54. Cyclonology – study of tropical cyclones, e.g. hurricanes
  55. Cynology – scientific study of dogs
  56. Cytology – study of living cells
  1. Dactyliology – study of rings
  2. Dactylography – study of fingerprints
  3. Dactylology – study of sign language
  4. Deltiology – collection and study of picture postcards
  5. Demography – study of population
  6. Demology – study of human behaviour
  7. Dendrochronology – study of tree rings
  8. Dendrology – study of trees
  9. Deontology – theory or study of moral obligation
  10. Dermatoglyphics – study of skin patterns and fingerprints
  11. Dermatology – study of skin
  12. Desmology – study of ligaments
  13. Diabology – study of devils
  14. Diagraphics – art of making diagrams or drawings
  15. Dialectology – study of dialects
  16. Dioptrics – study of light refraction
  17. Diplomatics – science of deciphering ancient writings and texts
  18. Diplomatology – study of diplomats
  19. Docimology – art of assaying
  20. Dosiology – study of doses
  21. Dynamics – study of forces and their effects on motion
  22. Dysgenics – study of racial degeneration
  23. Dysteleology – study of purposeless organs
  1. Ecclesiology – study of church affairs
  2. Eccrinology – study of excretion
  3. Ecology – study of environment
  4. Economics – study of material wealth (production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services)
  5. Edaphology – study of soils
  6. Egyptology – study of ancient Egypt
  7. Ekistics – study of human settlement
  8. Electrochemistry – study of relations between electricity and chemicals
  9. Electrodynamics – study of the effects arising from the interactions of electric currents with magnets, with other currents, or with themselves
  10. Electrology – study of electricity
  11. Electrostatics – study of static electricity
  12. Electromagnetism – study of electromagnetic force
  13. Embryology – study of embryos
  14. Emetology – study of vomiting
  15. Emmenology – study of menstruation
  16. Endemiology – study of local diseases
  17. Endocrinology – study of glands
  18. Energetics – study of energy under transformation
  19. Engineering Studies – study of engineering
  20. Enigmatology – study of enigmas (puzzles)
  21. Entomology – study of insects
  22. Entozoology – study of parasites that live inside larger organisms
  23. Enzymology – study of enzymes
  24. Ephebiatrics – branch of medicine dealing with adolescence
  25. Epidemiology – study of diseases; epidemics
  26. Epileptology – study of epilepsy
  27. Epistemology – study of grounds of knowledge
  28. Eremology – study of deserts
  29. Ergology – study of effects of work on humans
  30. Ergonomics – study of people at work
  31. Escapology – study of freeing oneself from constraints
  32. Eschatology – study of death; final matters
  33. Ethnobiology – study of dynamic relationships between peoples
  34. Ethnobotany – study of a region’s plants and their practical uses through the traditional knowledge of a local culture and people
  35. Ethnogeny – study of origins of races or ethnic groups
  36. Ethnology – study of cultures
  37. Ethnomethodology – study of everyday communication
  38. Ethnomusicology – study of comparative musical systems
  39. Ethology – study of natural or biological character
  40. Ethonomics – study of economic and ethical principles of a society
  41. Etiology – science of causes; especially of disease
  42. Etymology – study of origins of words
  43. Euthenics – science concerned with improving living conditions
  44. Exobiology – study of extraterrestrial life
  45. Exoplanetology – study of exoplanets
  1. Felinology – study of felines
  2. Finance – science or study of money management
  3. Floristry – art of cultivating and selling flowers
  4. Fluid dynamics – study of flow of fluids
  5. Fluid mechanics – study of fluids behaviour at rest and in motion
  6. Fluid statics – study of fluids behaviour at rest
  7. Fluviology – study of watercourses
  8. Folkloristics – study of folklore and fables
  9. Forestry – study of the creation, management, use, conservation, and repair of forests and associated resources
  10. Fracture mechanics – study of the propagation of cracks in materials
  11. Futurology – study of future
  1. Garbology – study of garbage
  2. Gastroenterology – study of the digestive system
  3. Gastronomy – study of fine dining
  4. Gemmology – study of gems and jewels
  5. Gender Studies – study of gender
  6. Genealogy – study of descent of families
  7. Genesiology – study of reproduction and heredity
  8. Genetics – study of genes
  9. Geochemistry – study of chemistry of the earth’s crust
  10. Geochronology – study of measuring geological time
  11. Geography – study of surface of the earth and its inhabitants
  12. Geology – study of the rocks of a planet
  13. Geomorphogeny – study of the origins of land forms
  14. Geoponics – study of agriculture
  15. Geotechnics – study of increasing habitability of the earth
  16. Geratology – study of decadence and decay
  17. Gerocomy – study of old age
  18. Gerontology – study of the elderly; aging
  19. Gigantology – study of giants
  20. Glaciology – study of ice ages and glaciation
  21. Glossology – study of language; study of the tongue
  22. Glyptography – art of engraving on gems
  23. Glyptology – study of gem engravings
  24. Gnomonics – the art of measuring time using sundials
  25. Gnosiology – study of knowledge; philosophy of knowledge
  26. Gnotobiology – study of life in germ-free conditions
  27. Graminology – study of grasses
  28. Grammatology – study of systems of writing
  29. Graphemics – study of systems of representing speech in writing
  30. Graphology – study of handwriting
  31. Gromatics – science of surveying
  32. Gynaecology – study of women’s physiology
  33. Gyrostatics – study of rotating bodies
  1. Haemataulics – study of movement of blood through blood vessels
  2. Hagiology – study of saints
  3. Halieutics – study of fishing
  4. Hamartiology – study of sin
  5. Harmonics – study of musical acoustics
  6. Hedonics – part of ethics or psychology dealing with pleasure
  7. Helcology – study of ulcers
  8. Heliology – science of the sun
  9. Helioseismology – study of sun’s interior by observing its surface oscillations
  10. Helminthology – study of worms
  11. Hematology – study of blood
  12. Hepatology – study of liver, gallbladder, biliary tree, and pancreas
  13. Heredity – study of passing of traits from parents to offspring
  14. Heresiology – study of heresies
  15. Herpetology – study of reptiles and amphibians
  16. Hierology – science of sacred matters
  17. Hippiatrics – study of diseases of horses
  18. Hippology – study of horses
  19. Histology – study of the tissues of organisms
  20. Histopathology – study of changes in tissue due to disease
  21. Historiography – study of writing history
  22. Historiology – study of history
  23. Homiletics – art of preaching
  24. Home Economics – deals with home and economics
  25. Hoplology – study of weapons
  26. Horography – art of constructing sundials or clocks
  27. Horology – science of time measurement
  28. Horticulture – study of gardening
  29. Hydrobiology – study of aquatic organisms
  30. Hydrodynamics – study of movement in liquids
  31. Hydrogeology – study of ground water
  32. Hydrography – study of investigating bodies of water
  33. Hydrokinetics – study of motion of fluids
  34. Hydrology – study of water resources
  35. Hydrometeorology – study of atmospheric moisture
  36. Hydropathy – study of treating diseases with water
  37. Hydrostatics – study of fluids behaviour at rest
  38. Hyetology – science of rainfall
  39. Hygiastics – science of health and hygiene
  40. Hygienics – study of sanitation; health
  41. Hygiology – hygienics; study of cleanliness
  42. Hygroscopy – study of humidity
  43. Hygrometry – science of humidity
  44. Hymnography – study of writing hymns
  45. Hymnology – study of hymns
  46. Hypnology – study of sleep; study of hypnosis
  47. Hypsography – science of measuring heights
  1. Iamatology – study of remedies
  2. Iatrology – treatise or text on medical topics; study of medicine
  3. Iatromathematics – archaic practice of medicine in conjunction with astrology
  4. Ichnography – art of drawing ground plans; a ground plan
  5. Ichnology – science of fossilized footprints
  6. Ichthyology – study of fish
  7. Iconography – study of drawing symbols
  8. Iconology – study of icons; symbols
  9. Ideogeny – study of origins of ideas
  10. Ideology – science of ideas; system of ideas used to justify behaviour
  11. Idiomology – study of idiom, jargon or dialect
  12. Idiopsychology – study of the psychology of one’s own mind
  13. Immunogenetics – study of genetic characteristics of immunity
  14. Immunology – study of immunity
  15. Immunopathology – study of immunity to disease
  16. Insectology – study of insects
  17. Irenology – study of peace
  18. Iridology – study of the iris; diagnosis of disease based on the iris of the eye
  1. Kalology – study of beauty
  2. Karyology – study of cell nuclei
  3. Kinematics – study of motion
  4. Kinesics – study of gestural communication
  5. Kinesiology – study of human movement and posture
  6. Kinetics – study of forces producing or changing motion
  7. Koniology – study of atmospheric pollutants and dust
  8. Ktenology – science of putting people to death
  9. Kymatology – study of wave motion
  1. Labeorphily – collection and study of beer bottle labels
  2. Larithmics – study of population statistics
  3. Laryngology – study of larynx
  4. Lepidopterology – study of butterflies and moths
  5. Leprology – study of leprosy
  6. Lexicology – study of words and their meanings
  7. Lexigraphy – art of definition of words
  8. Lichenology – study of lichens
  9. Limacology – study of slugs
  10. Limnobiology – study of freshwater ecosystems
  11. Limnology – study of bodies of fresh water
  12. Linguistics – study of language
  13. Liturgiology – study of liturgical forms and church rituals
  14. Loimology – study of plagues and epidemics
  15. Loxodromy – study of sailing along rhumb-lines
  16. Ludology – study of games
  1. Macroeconomics – branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of the whole economy
  2. Magirics – art of cookery
  3. Magnanerie – art of raising silkworms
  4. Magnetics – study of magnetism
  5. Magnetohydrodynamics – study of electrically conducting fluids
  6. Magnetostatics – study of magnetic fields in systems where the currents are steady
  7. Malacology – study of molluscs
  8. Malariology – study of malaria
  9. Mammalogy – study of mammals
  10. Manège – art of horsemanship
  11. Mariology – study of the Virgin Mary
  12. Marine Biology– study of the ocean’s ecosystem
  13. Mastology – study of mammals
  14. Mathematics – study of magnitude, number, and forms
  15. Mazology – mammalogy; study of mammals
  16. Mechanics – study of action of force on bodies
  17. Meconology – study of or treatise concerning opium
  18. Media studies – study of mass media
  19. Medicine – science of diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of disease
  20. Melittology – study of bees
  21. Melology – study of music; musicology
  22. Mereology – study of part-whole relationships
  23. Mesology – ecology
  24. Metallogeny – study of the origin and distribution of metal deposits
  25. Metallography – study of the structure and constitution of metals
  26. Metallurgy – study of alloying and treating metals
  27. Metaphysics – study of principles of nature and thought
  28. Metapolitics – study of politics in theory or abstract
  29. Metapsychology – study of nature of the mind
  30. Metascience – study of science
  31. Meteoritics – study of meteors
  32. Meteorology – study of weather
  33. Methodology – system of methods used in a particular area of study or activity
  34. Methyology – study of alcohol
  35. Metrics – study of versification
  36. Metrology – science of weights and measures
  37. Microanatomy – study of microscopic tissues
  38. Microbial ecology – study of microbial environment
  39. Microbiology – study of microscopic organisms
  40. Microclimatology – study of local climates
  41. Microeconomics – branch of economics that studies the behavior of individual households and firms in making decisions on the allocation of limited resources
  42. Micrology – study or discussion of trivialities
  43. Micropalaeontology – study of microscopic fossils
  44. Microphytology – study of very small plant life
  45. Microscopy – study of minute objects
  46. Mineralogy – study of minerals
  47. Molecular biology – study of the molecular basis of biological activity in and between cells
  48. Molinology – study of mills and milling
  49. Momilogy – study of mummies
  50. Morphology (disambiguation) – study of forms and the development of structures
  51. Muscology – study of mosses
  52. Museology – study of museums
  53. Musicology – study of music
  54. Mycology – study of funguses
  55. Myology – study of muscles
  56. Myrmecology – study of ants
  57. Mythology – study of myths; fables; tales
  1. Naology – study of church or temple architecture
  2. Nasology – study of the nose
  3. Nautics – art of navigation
  4. Necroplanetology – study of the destruction of planets[2]
  5. Nematology – study of nematodes
  6. Neonatology – study of newborn babies
  7. Neossology – study of nestling birds
  8. Nephology – study of clouds
  9. Nephrology – study of the kidneys
  10. Neurobiology – study of anatomy of the nervous system
  11. Neuroeconomics – study of human decision making and the ability to process multiple alternatives and to choose an optimal course of action
  12. Neurology – study of nervous system
  13. Neuropsychology – study of relation between brain and behaviour
  14. Neurypnology – study of hypnotism
  15. Neutrosophy – study of the origin and nature of philosophical neutralities
  16. Nomology – the science of the laws; especially of the mind
  17. Noology – science of the intellect
  18. Nosology – study of diseases
  19. Nostology – study of senility
  20. Notaphily – collecting of bank-notes and cheques
  21. Numerology – pseudoscientific study of numbers
  22. Numismatics – study of coins
  23. Nymphology – study of nymphs
  24. Nanotechnology – study of nanite
  1. Obstetrics – study of midwifery
  2. Oceanography – study of oceans
  3. Oceanology – study of oceans
  4. Odontology – study of teeth
  5. Odonatology– study of dragonflies and damselflies
  6. Oenology – study of wines
  7. Oikology – science of housekeeping
  8. Olfactology – study of the sense of smell
  9. Ombrology – study of rain
  10. Oncology – study of tumours
  11. Oneirology – study of dreams
  12. Onomasiology – study of nomenclature
  13. Onomastics – study of proper names
  14. Ontology – science of pure being; the nature of things
  15. Oology – study of eggs
  16. Ophiology – study of snakes
  17. Ophthalmology – study of eye diseases
  18. Optics – study of light
  19. Optology – study of sight
  20. Optometry – science of examining the eyes
  21. Orchidology – study of orchids
  22. Ornithology – study of birds
  23. Orology – study of mountains
  24. Orthoepy – study of correct pronunciation
  25. Orthography – study of spelling
  26. Orthopterology – study of cockroaches
  27. Oryctology – mineralogy or paleontology
  28. Osmics – scientific study of smells
  29. Osmology – study of smells and olfactory processes
  30. Osphresiology – study of the sense of smell
  31. Osteology – study of bones
  32. Otology – study of the ear
  33. Otorhinolaryngology – study of ear, nose and throat
  1. Paedology – study of children
  2. Paidonosology – study of children’s diseases; pediatrics
  3. Palaeoanthropology – study of early humans
  4. Palaeobiology – study of fossil plants and animals
  5. Palaeoclimatology – study of ancient climates
  6. Palaeoichthyology – study of ancient fish
  7. Palaeolimnology – study of ancient lakes
  8. Palaeontology – study of fossils
  9. Palaeopedology – study of early soils
  10. Paleobotany – study of ancient plants
  11. Paleo-osteology – study of ancient bones
  12. Palynology – study of pollen
  13. Papyrology – study of paper
  14. Paradoxology – study of paradoxes
  15. Parapsychology – study of unexplained mental phenomena
  16. Parasitology – study of parasites
  17. Paroemiology – study of proverbs
  18. Parthenology – study of virgins
  19. Pataphysics – science of imaginary solutions
  20. Pathology – study of disease
  21. Patrology – study of early Christianity
  22. Pedagogics – study of teaching
  23. Pedology – study of soils
  24. Pelology – study of mud
  25. Penology – study of crime and punishment
  26. Periodontics – study of gums
  27. Peristerophily – pigeon-collecting
  28. Pestology – science of pests
  29. Petrology – study of rocks
  30. Pharmacognosy – study of drugs of animal and plant origin
  31. Pharmacology – study of drugs
  32. Pharology – study of lighthouses
  33. Pharyngology – study of the throat
  34. Phenology – study of organisms as affected by climate
  35. Phenomenology – study of phenomena
  36. Philematology – act or study of kissing
  37. Phillumeny – collecting of matchbox labels
  38. Philology – study of ancient texts; historical linguistics
  39. Philosophy – science of knowledge or wisdom
  40. Phoniatrics – study and correction of speech defects
  41. Phonology – study of speech sounds
  42. Photobiology – study of effects of light on organisms
  43. Photonics – study of photons
  44. Phraseology – study of phrases
  45. Phrenology – study of bumps on the head
  46. Phycology – study of algae and seaweeds
  47. Physics – study of properties of matter, force and energy
  48. Physiology – study of processes of life
  49. Phytology – study of plants; botany
  50. Piscatology – study of fishes
  51. Pisteology – science or study of faith
  52. Planetology – study of planets
  53. Plutology – political economy; study of wealth
  54. Pneumatics – study of mechanics of gases
  55. Podiatry – study and treatment of disorders of the foot; chiropody
  56. Podology – study of the feet
  57. Polemology – study of war
  58. Pomology – study of fruit-growing
  59. Posology – science of quantity or dosage
  60. Potamology – study of rivers
  61. Praxeology – study of practical or efficient activity; science of efficient action
  62. Primatology – study of primates
  63. Proctology – study of rectum, anus, and colon
  64. Prosody – study of versification
  65. Protistology – study of protists
  66. Proxemics – study of man’s need for personal space
  67. Psalligraphy – art of paper-cutting to make pictures
  68. Psephology – study of election results and voting trends
  69. Pseudology – art or science of lying
  70. Pseudoptics – study of optical illusions
  71. Psychobiology – study of biology of the mind
  72. Psychogenetics – study of internal or mental states
  73. Psychognosy – study of mentality, personality or character
  74. Psychology – study of mind
  75. Psychopathology – study of mental illness
  76. Psychophysics – study of link between mental and physical processes
  77. Pteridology – study of ferns
  78. Pterylology – study of distribution of feathers on birds
  79. Pyretology – study of fevers
  80. Pyrgology – study of towers
  81. Pyroballogy – study of artillery
  82. Pyrography – study of woodburning
  83. Pyrotechnics – study of combustion through fire or explosions
  1. Quinology – study of quinine.
  2. Quantum Mechanics – a fundamental theory in physics which describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles.
  3. Queer theory – study of issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity.
  1. Raciology – study of racial differences
  2. Radiochemistry – study of ordinary chemical reactions under radioactive circumstances
  3. Radiology – study of X-rays and their medical applications
  4. Reflexology – study of reflexes
  5. Rhabdology – knowledge or learning concerning divining rods
  6. Rhabdology – art of calculating using numbering rods
  7. Rheology – science of the deformation or flow of matter
  8. Rheumatology – study of rheumatism
  9. Rhinology – study of the nose
  10. Rhochrematics – science of inventory management and the movement of products
  11. Robotics – deals with the designing, construction, and operation of robots.
  12. Runology – study of runes
  1. Sarcology – study of fleshy parts of the body
  2. Satanology – study of the devil
  3. Scatology – study of excrement or obscene literature
  4. Schematonics – art of using gesture to express tones
  5. Sciagraphy – art of shading
  6. Scripophily – collection of bond and share certificates
  7. Sedimentology – study of sediment
  8. Seismology – study of earthquakes
  9. Selenodesy – study of the shape and features of the moon
  10. Selenology – study of the moon
  11. Semantics – study of meaning
  12. Semantology – science of meanings of words
  13. Semasiology – study of meaning; semantics
  14. Semiology – study of signs and signals
  15. Semiotics – study of signs and symbols
  16. Serology – study of serums
  17. Sexology – study of sexual behaviour
  18. Siderology – study of iron and its alloys, including steel
  19. Significs – science of meaning
  20. Silvics – study of tree’s life
  21. Sindonology – study of the shroud of Turin
  22. Sinology – study of China
  23. Sitology – dietetics
  24. Sociobiology – study of biological basis of human behaviour
  25. Sociology – study of society
  26. Solid mechanics – study of behaviour of solid materials
  27. Somatology – science of substances
  28. Sophiology – science of ideas
  29. Soteriology – study of theological salvation
  30. Spectrology – study of ghosts
  31. Spectroscopy – study of spectra
  32. Speleology – study and exploration of caves
  33. Spermology – study of seeds
  34. Sphagnology – study of peat moss
  35. Sphygmology – study of the pulse
  36. Splanchnology – study of the entrails or viscera
  37. Spongology – study of sponges
  38. Stasiology – study of political parties
  39. Statics – study of bodies and forces in equilibrium
  40. Stellar Astronomy – study of stars, their origins, and their evolution.
  41. Stemmatology – study of relationships between text
  42. Stoichiology – science of elements of animal tissues
  43. Stomatology – study of the mouth
  44. Storiology – study of folk tales
  45. Stratigraphy – study of geological layers or strata
  46. Stratography – art of leading an army
  47. Stylometry – studying literature by means of statistical analysis
  48. Suicidology – study of suicide
  49. Supramolecular chemistry – study of the chemistry of assembled molecular sub-units
  50. Symbology – study of symbols
  51. Symptomatology – study of symptoms of illness
  52. Synecology – study of ecological communities
  53. Synectics – study of processes of invention
  54. Syntax – study of sentence structure
  55. Syphilology – study of syphilis
  56. Systematics – study of the diversification of living forms, both past and present
  57. Systematology – study of systems
  1. Taxidermy – art of curing and stuffing animals
  2. Taxonomy – study of plant, animals and microorganisms classification
  3. Tectonics – science of structure of objects, buildings and landforms
  4. Tegestology – study and collecting of beer mats
  5. Teleology – study of final causes; analysis in terms of purpose
  6. Telmatology – study of swamps
  7. Tempestology – study of tropical cyclones, e.g. hurricanes
  8. Teratology – study of birth defects and later abnormalities in living organisms
  9. Terrestrial ecology – study of terrestrial environment
  10. Teuthology – study of cephalopods
  11. Textology – study of the production of texts
  12. Thalassography – science of the sea
  13. Thanatology – study of death and its customs
  14. Theriatrics – veterinary medicine
  15. Theoretical computer science – science combining computer science and mathematics
  16. Theriogenology – study of animals’ reproductive systems
  17. Thermodynamics – study of relation of heat to motion
  18. Thermokinematics – study of motion of heat
  19. Thermology – study of heat
  20. Therology – study of wild mammals
  21. Thremmatology – science of breeding domestic animals and plants
  22. Threpsology – science of nutrition
  23. Tidology – study of tides
  24. Timbrology – study of postage stamps
  25. Tocology – obstetrics; midwifery
  26. Tokology – study of childbirth
  27. Tonetics – study of pronunciation
  28. Topography – study of the shape and features of land surfaces
  29. Topology – study of places and their natural features
  30. Toponymics – study of place-names
  31. Toreutics – study of artistic work in metal
  32. Toxicology – study of poisons
  33. Toxophily – love of archery; archery; study of archery
  34. Traumatology – study of wounds and their effects
  35. Tribology – study of friction and wear between surfaces
  36. Trichology – study of hair and its disorders
  37. Trophology – study of nutrition
  38. Tsiganology – study of gypsies
  39. Turbology – study of tornadoes
  40. Turnery – art of turning in a lathe
  41. Typhlology – study of blindness and the blind
  42. Typography – art of printing or using type
  43. Typology (disambiguation) – study of types of things
  1. Uranography – descriptive astronomy and mapping
  2. Uranology – study of the heavens; astronomy
  3. Urbanology – study of cities
  4. Urenology – study of rust molds
  5. Urology – study of urine; urinary tract
  1. Venereology – study of venereal disease
  2. Vexillology – study of flags
  3. Victimology – study of victims
  4. Vinology – scientific study of vines and winemaking
  5. Virology – study of viruses
  6. Vitrics – glassy materials; glassware; study of glassware
  7. Volcanology – study of volcanoes
  8. Vulcanology – study of volcanoes
  1. Xylography – art of engraving on wood
  2. Xylology – study of wood
  1. Zenography – study of the planet Jupiter
  2. Zooarchaeology – study of animal remains of archaeological sites
  3. Zoochemistry – chemistry of animals
  4. Zoogeography – study of geographic distribution of animals
  5. Zoogeology – study of fossil animal remains
  6. Zoology – study of animals
  7. Zoonomy – animal physiology
  8. Zoonosology – study of animal diseases
  9. Zoopathology – study of animal diseases
  10. Zoophysics – physics of animal bodies
  11. Zoophysiology – study of physiology of animals
  12. Zoophytology – study of plant-like animals
  13. Zoosemiotics – study of animal communication
  14. Zootaxy – science of classifying animals
  15. Zootechnics – science of breeding animals
  16. Zygology – science of joining and fastening
  17. Zymology – science of fermentation
  18. Zymurgy – branch of chemistry dealing with brewing and distilling
  19. Zythology – study of beer