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chemistry researcher

Reinhard Marcuse was German, Swedish chemistry researcher. Recipient Chevreul medal Association France Corps Gras. Member Scandinavian Lipidforum (honorary, founder 1952, secretary-general 1969-1989, biann. Marcuse lecturer on lipid ox. since 1997), German Society of Fat Science (honorary), International Society Fat Research (co-founder 1954, secretary-general 1970-1980), American Oil Chemicals Society (emeritus 1995).

Background

Marcuse, Reinhard was born on January 15, 1912 in Cologne, Germany. Arrived in Sweden, 1939. Son of Max and Julie Marcuse.

Education

Leg. pharmacist, University Wurzburg, 1937. Doctor, University Perugia, Italy, 1938.

Career

Assistant ferment. research Wenner Grens Institute, University Stockholm, 1939-1943. Assistant cereal laboratory Coop Mills Three Crowns, Stockholm, 1943-1945. Chief bakery laboratory Coop Mills, 1946-1947, deputy chief food analytical laboratory, 1947-1949.

Section leader lipid chemical Sik-Swedish Institute Food Research, Göteborg, 1949-1977. Assistant professor lipid chemicals Chalmers, 1979. Retired

Researcher in field of lipid oxidation.

Titular member, later chairman food section International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 1967-1978.

Membership

Member Scandinavian Lipidforum (honorary, founder 1952, secretary-general 1969-1989, biann. Marcuse lecturer on lipid ox. since 1997), German Society of Fat Science (honorary), International Society Fat Research (co-founder 1954, secretary-general 1970-1980), American Oil Chemicals Society (emeritus 1995).

Connections

father:
Max Marcuse

mother:
Julie Marcuse