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STM, an abbreviation, may refer to:
- Master of Sacred Theology, Latin: Sacrae Theologiae Magister
- Scanning tunneling microscope, a non-optical microscope
- Signature tagged mutagenesis, a genetic technique to create random mutants
- STMicroelectronics, an Italian-French manufacturer of electronics and semiconductors
- STM-1, Synchronous Transport Module, the basic rate of transmission of the SDH ITU-T fiber optic network
- Software transactional memory, a method of handling concurrency in multithreaded systems
- Security Task Manager, a Windows task manager alternative
- Stepper motor, a type of electric motor
- .stm, a filename extension used by:
- Support Tensor Machine A pattern recognition technique
- Société de transport de Montréal, the public transport provider in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Stamford Transportation Center, a railway station in Stamford, CT with Amtrak ticketing code STM
- Sea Traffic Management, a set of systems and procedures to guide and monitor sea traffic in a manner similar to air traffic management.
- Science, technology, and medicine as a collective name for scientific literature in those academic disciplines (as opposed to HSS, humanities and social sciences)
- International Association of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Publishers, an association of publishers
- Science Translational Medicine, a medical journal.
In other uses
- Small Tactical Munition, a weapon developed by Raytheon
- Short-term memory, the capacity for holding a small amount of information for a short period of time.
- STM200, a pseudonym for Takeshi Matsumoto, musician featured in the music video game Dance Dance Revolution 5thMix
- Stabilisation Tracking Mechanism, the mirror instrument of the Stabilisation and Association Process (SAP) for Kosovo
- ST"M, a Hebrew acronym meaning a scribe.
- STEM fields, another publishing classification not to be confused with STM
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