Chemistry as we know it has its roots in Oxford, where the work of Hooke and Boyle marked a fundamental turning point in the study of the chemical sciences in the seventeenth century. The subject has continued to be shaped by their successors here in Oxford in the years since - by all those who have studied or worked in the Department.
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