Baxter China Young Investigator Awards seek to stimulate and reward research applicable to the development of therapies and medical products that save and sustain patients' lives.
In the Session of Science and Technology, Assistant Professor Huanping Zhou from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering took the First Prize with her class demonstration named “Principles of General Chemistry”.
This is the first report on revealing the beneficial role of large tensile strain on ORR enhancement, which opened a new avenue for the structural design of future highly efficient ORR electrocatalysts.
Steven Chu is currently Professor of Physics and Molecular & Cellular Physiology in the Department of Physics at Stanford University. He was the 12th U.S. Secretary of Energy from January 2009 until the end of April 2013.
Twenty-eight high-levels from many successful companies joined the College of Engineering’s Industrial Mentors Program (IMP) to serve as mentors for over 60 students of the College in the coming year.
Highly Cited Researchers 2016 represents the world’s most influential scientific minds. Following 2014 and 2015, Prof. Guo has been selected for three consecutive years.
Participants include twenty international renowned scholars from the US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Australia and Czech Republic.
Over 500 student teams from more than 100 universities of different countries participated in the underwater robot competition. The number of participating students exceeded 1300.
Recently, a new polarization-dipole azimuth-based super-resolution technique has been proposed by Dr. Peng Xi's group in the College of Engineering, which not only provides a new dimension for super-resolution, but also provides a timely solution to a recent hot debate in the field.
After discussion, both institutes agreed that they have many things in common such as seeking cooperation and exchanges in student education and research, and the Globex program should be a good project to begin with.