University of Marburg offers Research in Physical Chemistry,Inorganic Chemistry.


Rank: 201-250

University of Marburg

The University of Marburg is one of the most historic of German universities. It was founded in 1527 during the Reformation by the 23-year-old Landgrave Philipp the Magnanimous as the second Protestant university (the oldest Protestant university existed from 1526 to 1530 in Liegnitz in Silesia). On July 1, 1527, the universale studium Marburgense commenced with 11 professors and 84 students in the former monasteries of the city. The goal of the institution was to educate "learned, able, and God-fearing persons, preachers, and officials for Christian benefit and the good of the common land." In addition to the leading theological faculty, faculties for jurisprudence, medicine, and philosophy were also established from the beginning.


Department Of Chemistry, University of Marburg, Col. 15 - Chemistry, Hans-Meerwein-Strasse, D-35032 Marburg,Germany.
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