Kyoto Pharmaceutical University

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Kyoto Pharmaceutical University (京都薬科大学, Kyoto yakka daigaku) is a private university in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan. The school's predecessor was founded in 1884. It was chartered as a university in 1949. Because it trains pharmacist-scientists, pharmacists that also possess research skills, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University has laboratories in a wide range of fields. Each laboratory has about 10 members that focus on their research[ clarification needed ]. Students perform research for their pharmaceutical specializations.

Coordinates: 34°59′26.2″N135°48′35″E / 34.990611°N 135.80972°E / 34.990611; 135.80972

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