University of Buenos Aires offers Research in Analytical Chemistry,Physical Chemistry.


Rank: 101-150

University of Buenos Aires

The University of Buenos Aires is the largest university in Argentina and the largest university by enrollment in Latin America. The University of Buenos Aires (UBA) was inaugurated 12 August, 1821 by the initiative of Bernardino Rivadavia - at the time Ministry of Government of Buenos Aires . Since then, the institution has followed, first as a provincial and then -since 1881- as a national University, the course that the country and city's history have taken. The institution has also gone along paths that contributed to its growth as a cultural and scientific academic centre and a place for the training of professionals, circulation and production of knowledge. The University of Buenos Aires went through an institutional reconstruction during the first years of democracy. It regained autonomy and the threefold governmental structure. In the 20 years of democracy in the university, basic functions were restored: teaching, research and University extension. In this period, plans have been updated and new courses of studies created. Within the area of science and technique, the University of Buenos Aires has an outstanding structure made up of around 6000 researchers and scholars and over 1500 ongoing research projects.


Chemical Engineering.
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Buenos Aires, Industries Pavilion, University City, 1428 Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Department of Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, Paseo Colón 850 - 5th Floor, North Wing - C1063ACV - Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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