Recently, Prof. Shaojun Guo from College of Engineering, Peking University collaborated with Prof. Xiaoqing Huang from Soochow University for developing a new Zigzag-like high-density high-index faceted CoPt nanowires.
On July 2nd, College of Engineering (COE) grandly hosted a commencement ceremony for Class of 2016 graduates in Yingjie Overseas Exchange Center at Peking University.
After studying the attaching, detaching and walking mechanisms of this amazing animal, the team reported a unique self-cleaning mechanism possessed by the nano-pads of gecko spatula.
The recycling house, with its main frame all made of solid waste utilization products, represents a new lifestyle of future families: low energy consumption, low emissions and recycling use of energy and resources.
By introducing a mirror behind the biological specimen, Dr. Peng Xi’s group in College of Engineering, Peking University have addressed a problem that has long challenged scientists: seeing the structures of cells with improved resolution in all three dimensions.
The group developed a new molecular imaging probe that enables live-cell imaging of RNAs with single-molecule sensitivity. The research was published in Biomaterials.
The event was hosted by Prof. Dongxiao Zhang, Dean of PKU College of Engineering.
Eleven undergraduate students who intend to take summer internship positions recently received the Undergraduate Practice Opportunity Scholarship.
On May 31st, 2016, invited by the College of Engineering (COE), Peking University, Dr. C. D. Mote, Jr. gave a speech at Peking University, on the topic of globalization and the engineering enterprise.
The two parties increased mutual understanding between the two sides and laying a good foundation for future cooperation.