March 18, 2013 | by Robert Havey
Since the 1800s, the University of Michigan has been a hub of chemistry research and innovations. This slideshow highlights the researchers, classrooms, and labs that have shaped chemistry research at U-M over the years. See the first building in North America constructed solely for chemistry research, meet the men behind the Gomberg-Bachman reaction, and take a peek inside a chemistry classroom today.
Photos: Bentley Historical Library and the Millennium Project
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