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Early science in Cambridge
Robert T. Gunther
Written in English
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Materials Science in Cambridge is taught as part of the Natural Sciences Tripos (NST). This means that it is possible to do a degree specialising in Materials Science or just to take Materials Science courses in early years before specialising in a different field such as Physics or Chemistry. History and Philosophy of Science is available as an option for students in their second, third and fourth year at Cambridge.. On these pages you will find an introduction to the subject, answers to some frequently asked questions, and an outline of the different routes into HPS.. For information about applying to Cambridge, please see the University's Undergraduate Admissions website.
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