Gunma University offers Research in Chemistry.



Gunma University

Gunma University was founded as a national university on May 31, 1949. It was created from the amalgamation of several educational   institutions, including Maebashi Medical College, Kiryu Technical College, Gunma Normal School, and Gunma Youth Normal School. From these institutions, the Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Engineering, and Faculty of Education were formed. Since its inception, the university has striven to foster distinguished physicians, engineers and teachers. With science and technology as a focus, the university has made great contributions to the development of postwar Japan. At present, Gunma University is a comprehensive university, consisting of four faculties, including the Faculty of Social and Information Studies instituted in 1993, and the School of Health Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine, instituted in 1996.


Chemical Engineering, Chemistry.
Department of Chemistry, Biological & Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Gunma University, Kiryu, Tenjin-cho 1-5-1, 376-8515, Japan.
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