Schools

In education, schools refers to either a particular “school of thought”, a group of individuals focused on a particular subject or problem, and or universities associated with a particular branch of knowledge, or sometimes with a particular person’s theories and or philosophy.

Hmolscience | Physical humanities
The following are some of the noted hmolscience-themed schools, physical humanities, or two cultures schools or departments (see: two cultures department):

American school of econophysics
Chinese social physics school
Harvard Pareto circle
Indian school of econophysics (aka "Kolkata school" according to Victor Yakovenko)
Lausanne school of physical economics
Mechanistic school | Mechanistic school of social thermodynamics | Pitirim Sorokin (1928)
Odum school
Physiocrats | referred to as a "school" by Steve Keen (2017) (Ѻ)
Princeton Department of Social Physics
Roegen-Daly school
Romanian school of physical socioeconomics

Thermodynamic schools
See main: Schools of thermodynamics
The following are some of the various historical schools of thermodynamics, generally listed chronologically:

Leiden University
École Polytechnique
Glasgow school of thermodynamics
Berlin school of thermodynamics
Edinburgh school of thermodynamics
Gibbsian school
Dutch school of thermodynamics
● “Osmotic school” of thermodynamics | See: Johannes van Laar [1]
Dresden school of thermodynamics
Energetics school
Brussels school of thermodynamics
Lewis school of thermodynamics
MIT school of thermodynamics

Universities
The following are noted universities cited so repetitively, within Hmolpedia, that they have their own pages:

University of California, Berkeley
University of Chicago

See also
Two cultures synergy

References
1. Kragh, Helge and Weininger, Stephen J. (1996). “Sooner Science than Confusion: the Tortuous Entry of Entropy into Chemist” (abs), Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 27(1): 91-130.

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