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École Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques
The École Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques (ENSIC) is an Engineering School dedicated to Chemical Engineering in Nancy, France.
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It is recognized as one of the top Chemical Engineering Schools in Europe. It was founded by Albin Haller in 1887 to provide engineers for the rapidly expanding chemical industry. One of its early professors, Victor Grignard, obtained the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1912 for his invention of the organo-metallic compounds known as "Grignard's reagents". After the Second World War, ENSIC introduced to France chemical engineering principles developed in the English-speaking world.
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