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Saxon Academy of Sciences, Leipzig

Saxon Academy of Sciences, Leipzig

Founded in 1846 under the name of Royal Saxon Society for the Sciences, the Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig, like its sister institutions, is rooted in the idea of the academy formed by Leibniz to unite ‘theoriam cum praxi’. More than 200 scientists of all disciplines meet regularly to exchange views, examine methods and results of specialist studies in interdisciplinary discussion and engage in long-term basic research.

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