Ângelo da Cunha Pinto

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto (2 December 1948 – 7 October 2015) was a Portuguese-Brazilian chemist and professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Born in Marco de Canaveses, Portugal, Pinto was one of the more prominent national chemists with a specialism in the natural products of Brazil. He was qualified as a pharmacist from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1971, and earned a master's degree in chemistry at the Instituto Militar de Engenharia, and a PhD in organic chemistry at the same university he taught at, under the guidance of Roderick Arthur Barnes. He received several awards and is acclaimed as one of Brazil's most influential scientists. He died in October 2015 in Niterói, Brazil.

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Where died Ângelo da Cunha Pinto?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto died in Niterói.

Where was Ângelo da Cunha Pinto born?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto was born in Marco de Canaveses.

How would Ângelo da Cunha Pinto be described?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto would be described as Brazilian-Portuguese chemist.

What is the gender of Ângelo da Cunha Pinto?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto is male.

When died Ângelo da Cunha Pinto?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto died 07.10.2015.

When was Ângelo da Cunha Pinto born?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto was born on 02.12.1948.

What is Ângelo da Cunha Pinto subject of?

Ângelo da Cunha Pinto is subject of Portuguese emigrants to Brazil, People from Marco de Canaveses, 1948 births, 2015 deaths, Instituto Militar de Engenharia alumni, Brazilian chemists, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro alumni and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro faculty.