Science (from the Latin: "Scientia" meaning "Knowledge").
Physics, Biology, Informatica, History, Theology, Mythology and Psychology...fo...
Science (from the Latin: "Scientia" meaning "Knowledge").
Physics, Biology, Informatica, History, Theology, Mythology and Psychology...for now.

Informatica = the Dutch word for informatics, a proper definition of which could say:

"The study and the science of the theoretical fundamentals of information and the arithmetics, the theoretical informatics, and the implementation and application in systems (eg. biological systems or computersystems)."

Which is almost what it says on the Dutch wikipedia page for Informatica after translation, the only difference being in the word "systems". It mentions biology and neural networks further down the page more as a side note.
The Dutch word for science can perhaps be literally translated to 'knowledgehood', signifying possession of knowledge or otherwise phrased as an acquaintance with facts/truths/realities/certainties (which are all synonyms where you see a /).
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