What Are the Branches of Science?

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Science has numerous subdivided branches, which are categorised under larger branches that include physical sciences, earth sciences and life sciences. Basically, science has its roots in almost all the developments, which the world has continuously seen.
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Science
Science seeks to explain the processes of the natural world using methodical research. It includes the disciplines of astronomy, biology, chemistry, earth science and physics.
Branches:
Branches of science refer to two major groups namely natural sciences, which is the study of natural phenomena (including biological life) and social sciences, which is the study of human behaviour and societies. These two groups are empirical sciences, meaning that the knowledge must be based on observable phenomena and capable of being tested for its validity by other researchers working under the same conditions.
The different branches of science include, physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology, oceanography, paleontology, meteorology, botany, zoology, genetics, and medicine. In short the branches are, Earth science, physical science, and life science.
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