The University of California is a public university located in Berkeley, California. This university offers nearly 350 degree programs. Founded in 1868, this university counts 71 graduates who won the Nobel Prize, 9 who won Wolf Prizes and 20 who received Academy Awards.
Berkeley physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer was one of the contributors of the first atomic bomb in the world.
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Inorganic, Organic, and physical chemistry. Analytical, nuclear, and biophysical chemistry and chemical biology.
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The Chemistry Department offers the chance
for an undergraduate student to gain a fundamental knowledge of any field of chemistry. Main areas are inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. In addition to these there are other courses such as analytical, nuclear, and biophysical chemistry or chemical biology.
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