Construction chemicals: Start of Professorship at TU Berlin

On January 17, 2012, the endowed chair of construction chemicals at Technische Universität Berlin sponsored by Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. (German industrial association for the manufacturers of chemical products for the building industry) has officially started its teaching and research activities.

Johann J. Köster, board chairman of Deutsche Bauchemie, appreciated this day as a real highlight and premiere in the more than sixty years of history of Deutsche Bauchemie: “We are the first organization within the chemical industry that, as an association, has developed an endowed professorship at a...

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