The Department of Agrochemistry and Environment is composed of six different divisions: Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry, External Geodynamics, Zoology, Parasitology, Physical Chemistry, and Chemical Engineering. Thirty-five faculty members and several PhD students make up the department. Currently, the department participates in the undergraduate programs of Environmental Science, Biotechnology, Agro-Food and Agro-Environmental Engineering, Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Electrical Engineering, Mechanic Engineering, and Electronic Engineering and Industrial Automation. Together with other university departments, it also participates in various master’s and PhD programs. The department offers a wide range of facilities aimed at the personal and professional development of our students and the improvement of their skills and training. Teaching and research opportunities are closely linked to high-quality scientific production. Research activities cover a wide spectrum, ranging from the study of basic scientific knowledge to subjects with direct applications.