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Liebigstraße 19-21
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Phone: +49 341 97-22901

The Collaborative Research Centre 1052 (SFB 1052) is part of the Leipzig University founded in 2013.

The Leipzig University is a corporation under public law. It is legally represented by the rector Prof. Dr. Eva Inés Obergfell.

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Leipzig University
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