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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: sciences de la matière|
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"DEUG en Sciences de la matière"
Est-ce que sciences de la matière se traduit bien par material sciences en angl ? Je ne trouve la traduction exacte nulle part...
No, it is not the same as "sciences des matériaux". It is a little more subtle than that, and refers to the sciences that affect "things", as opposed to "sciences de la vie" (biology) or "sciences de la terre" (geology etc.). Basically I think it refers to a certain "mix" of physics and chemistry. (Sorry about all the ""s !)
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