Resilience (disambiguation)


Resilience (disambiguation)

Resilience is the ability of a material to recover from a shock, insult, or disturbance.

It can also apply to:

cience/Technology

*Resilience (network)
*Energy resilience
*Resilience (ecology)
*Soil resilience

*Psychological resilience

Music

*Resilience (band)
*Resilience (Kid 606 album)
*Resilience (Annabelle Chvostek album)


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