Institute of Chemistry, Slovak Academy of Sciences, 1960-1970. by ChemickyМЃ uМЃstav SAV.

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LC ClassificationsQD49.C953 S547 1970
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Institute of Chemistry Slovak Academy of Sciences [email protected] The institute has become the individual part of Slovak Academy of Sciencies since 1 April The number of employees has changed considerably: from 7 inthrough 36 in– 70, – and in employees worked for the institute.

[3]Administrative staff: The Slovak Academy of Sciences (in Slovak Slovenská akadémia vied, or SAV) is the main scientific and research institution in Slovakia fostering basic and strategic basic was founded inclosed after World War II, and then reestablished in Its primary mission is Slovak Academy of Sciences acquire new knowledge of nature, society Institute of Chemistry technology, specifically targeted at ensuring scientific Formation: July 2, ; 78 years ago.

The Slovak Academy of Sciences was founded in as an institution integrating the Slovak science. Our Institute came into existence at the same time by fusion of the Research Institute for Pharmacy and Biochemistry and the Research Institute for Sugars and Carbohydrates. Its original name, the Institute of Chemical Technology of Organic.

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