Hard science

Definition

noun

Any of the natural or physical sciences wherein facts or truths are derived from empirical investigations or experiments based on scientific method.


Supplement

In contrast to soft science, hard science relies on quantifiable or empirical data based on scientific method. It focuses on accuracy and objectivity.


Compare: soft science.
See also: pure science, natural science, physical science.

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