Lt. Commander Arjin Djinx
From sensor readings to figuring out a way to enter the strange spacial anomaly, the science department is responsible for recording data, testing new ideas out, and making discoveries.
The Starfleet science officer combines a capacity for analyzing technical information with an ability to communicate it in terms that non-specialized personnel can understand. The science officer is responsible for overseeing scientific investigations, and for providing the captain with data that may be required to make command decisions. The relative importance of this role differs according to the nature of the vessel or station to which the science officer is assigned; a Starfleet vessel primarily designated as a research vessel, has a very high concentration of scientists aboard compared to ships designed primarily for exploration. Science officers are often called upon to analyze and explain newly encountered phenomena and technology, especially if it threatens the safety of the crew or ship.
Roles & Positions
- Main Article: Science Positions
151 personnel (36 Officers, 115 Enlisted) make up the Science Department. The following are Key Positions:
- Chief Science Officer
- Assistant Chief Science Officer
- Science Officer
To read more about these positions, or other roles in this department, please review the list of Science Positions.
Science Policies and Procedures
Places of Note
- Chief Science Officer's Office, Deck 13
- Deck 8, Stellar Cartography, Deck 8
- Science Labs, 6 Labs on Deck 13
- Science Labs, 4 Labs on Deck 16
- Science Labs, 6 Labs on Deck 17
|IMPORTANT ERRATA||Science Department • Science Positions • Divisions • Duties and Responsibilities • Probes • Science Equipment • Sensors|
|NOTABLE LOCATIONS||Science Lab • Chief Science Officer's Office • Stellar Cartography|
|PERSONNEL FUNCTIONS||Alert Status • Cabin Assignments • Computer Access Levels • Deck Listing • Department Head • Duty Roster • Operating Modes • Security Clearances • Starfleet Rank Guide • Uniforms|
|DEPARTMENTS|| Command • Flight Control • Intelligence • Operations • Engineering|
Security/Tactical • Medical • Science • Squadron • Civilians