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Occam or Ockham may refer to:
- William of Ockham, the Medieval philosopher and theologian
- Ockham Development Group, Oncology CRO
- Ockham, Surrey, believed to be the birthplace of the philosopher
- Occam's razor, a methodological principle named after the philosopher
- Occam's Razor (Improv Troupe), a comedy improv troupe
- Ockham's Razor Theatre Company, an aerial theatre company
- occam programming language, also named after the philosopher
- Occam process, a method for the manufacture of populated, printed circuit boards
- Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine, an office of the National Cancer Institute
- Oxford Centre for Collaborative Applied Mathematics, a research centre at the University of Oxford
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