Kossuth University offers Research in Bioinorganic Chemistry.



Kossuth University

The history of Debrecen's higher education dates back to the 16th century. he Calvinist Reformed College, established in 1538, played a central role in education, teaching in the native language and spreading Hungarian culturein the region as well as in the whole country. The College was a sound base for the Hungarian Royal University established in 1912. The faculty of medicine was introduced, and the University soon became one of the regional citadels of Hungarian higher education.


Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Debrecen, University Square 1, PO Box 21, 4010th, Hungary.
Bioinorganic Chemistry

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