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EMD may refer to:
- Electro-Motive Diesel and its predecessor Electro-Motive Division, locomotive manufacturer
- EMD Chemicals, EMD Pharmaceuticals, EMD Serono, and EMD Biosciences in the Merck KGaA group
- EMD Drive Systems Ltd – Electric Motor Development company bought in 2008 by Parvalux
- European Marketing Distribution, a European purchasing organization for grocery stores
Science and technology
- EMD, Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide
- EMD, Earth mover's distance, a mathematical measure
- Einstein-Maxwell-Dirac equations
- Electromagnetic diaphragm, a type of sensor
- Emerin, a gene associated with Emery–Dreifuss muscular dystrophy
- Empirical Mode Decomposition, part of the Hilbert–Huang transform signal decomposition method
- Electromechanical dissociation, see pulseless electrical activity
- Engineering & Manufacturing Development (sometimes rendered as Engineering & Manufacturing and Development), a phase where a system is developed and designed before going into production.
- Electro-Muscular Disruption weapon, see electroshock weapon
- Electron Microscopy Databank, see EM Data Bank
- Enamel matrix derivative, otherwise known as enamel matrix proteins, a material intended to regenerate the supporting tissues of the teeth
- EMD (storage) External memory device, a type of storage.
- Equilibrium mode distribution (EMD)
- Electronic Miscellaneous Document, an IATA standard to document the sale and track usage of charges (e.g., residual value, miscellaneous or excess baggage charges)
Finance and money
- Emerging market debt, a financial term
- Earnest money deposit, a type of deposit in real estate dealing
- Emergency medical dispatcher, a certification obtained to answer, process, and prioritise emergency calls for paramedic response.
- EMD (band), a Swedish band
- Electro Muscular Disruption Weapon – a gun used in the fictional TV show Primeval
- East Midlands Parkway railway station (station code)
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