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chemistry educator , industrial consultant

Randolph Gustav Alfred Riemschneider, biochemistry and organic chemistry educator, industrial consultant. Achievements include over 50 patents in field including chlorine insecticides, collagen manufacturing, organextracts, cytorrhyzed yeasts, hexachlorcyclopentadien-adducts. Recipient Pola-Orden award Pola-Concern, Tokyo, 1979; named Professor Honoris Causa Federal University Santa Maria, Brazil, 1973. Member German Chemical Society.

Background

Riemschneider, Randolph Gustav Alfred was born on November 17, 1920 in Hamburg, Germany. Son of Gustav and Elsa (Kahl) Riemschneider.

Education

Diploma in Chemistry, University Leipzig, Federal Republic of Germany, 1941. Doctor of Natural Sciences, University Jena, Federal Republic of Germany, 1945. Doctor of Medicine (honorary), Federal University Santa Maria, Brazil, 1973.

Career

Teacher organic chemistry University Berlin, 1947-1949, teacher physiology, 1949-1954. Adjunct professor Free University, Berlin, 1954-1958, professor, 1954-1988, ordinary professor, 1958-1988, director Institute Biochemistry, 1962-1973. Director, coordinator Central Institute Chemistry Federal University Santa Maria, 1973.

Professor Free University, Berlin, 1973-1988. Consulting chemist Farbwerke Hoechst, 1950-1971, Skoghallsverken, Skoghall, Sweden, 1950-1956, Ethyl Corporation, Detroit, 1956-1964. Research leader Böttger GmbH, Berlin, 1958-1997.

Director, coordinator Federal University Santa Maria, 1962-1980.

Achievements

  • Achievements include over 50 patents in field including chlorine insecticides, collagen manufacturing, organextracts, cytorrhyzed yeasts, hexachlorcyclopentadien-adducts.

Membership

Member German Chemical Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: dancing, horse riding.

Connections

father:
Gustav Riemschneider

mother:
Elsa (Kahl) Riemschneider