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Sultan Cem was a prince of the Ottoman Empire.
Cem may also refer to:
- College of Emergency Medicine
- College of Engineering Munnar, an engineering college in Munnar, India
- College of Estate Management
- Cem (given name), including a list of people with the given name Cem
- Cem River, a river flowing through Albania and Montenegro
- Categorization-Elaboration Model. A model that explains relationships between work group diversity and work group performance.
- CBU-87 Combined Effects Munition
- CEM (Macau), a private public utility company
- CEM cell, a cell line derived from human T cells
- Cement of different type: CEM-I, CEM-II, CEM-III, CEM-IV, CEM-V
- Central Airport in Central, Alaska (IATA Code: CEM)
- Certified Energy Manager, abbreviated CEM, through the Association of Energy Engineers
- Chain ejection model, a model explaining electrospray ionization in mass spectrometry
- Chief Executive Manager
- Chinese Educational Mission (1872–1881)
- Civil Emergency Message
- Compagnie Électro-Mécanique
- Composite epoxy material
- Computational electromagnetics
- Conceptual Entity Model
- Contagious equine metritis
- Contract electronics manufacturers
- Customer experience management
- Cylindrical Energy Module
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Science and Technology
- Channel Electron Multiplier Detector in Mass Spectrometry