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+ Recent Headlines / ZJU shines at 46th Int'l Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva [04-19-2018]

Zhejiang University is proud to announce that four projects from the ZJU-led delegation have won a total of four awards at the prestigious 46th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva held in Switzerland on April 11-14. Held annually in Geneva, the International Exhibition of Inventions is recognized as the most revered and specialized event of its kind in the world. It attracts exhibitor...

 

+ Recent Headlines / Researchers develop software to curb kids' obsession with sm... [04-18-2018]

If you give your smartphone to an elfish kid, you may encounter the following scenarios. A two-year-and-a-half old boy who wants to watch an animated film tries passcode after passcode like crazy. As a result, the phone will be “locked” for 48 years. A 7-year-old British girl cracks the password of her parent’s phone and spends over £10,000 in booking a package tour of the Disneyland.After num...

 

+ Recent Headlines / Nobel laureate Michael Levitt joins ZJU [04-16-2018]

On the afternoon of April 13, Prof. Michael Levitt, the 2013 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, joined the ZJU's Center for Quantitative Biology.President WU Zhaohui delivered a welcome address at the appointment ceremony. Also present at the ceremony was Vice President ZHANG Hongjian.Michael Levitt is one of the first researchers to conduct molecular dynamics simulations of DNA and proteins. He...

 

+ Recent Headlines / Students on live show to introduce ZJU [04-16-2018]

On April 14, two ZJU students, JIN Yufei and DENG Yunqiu, attended a live show on China Daily as hosts and took the audience to a tour around Zhejiang University.Screenshot of this live show on the phoneSince the second event of Vision China will be held in Hangzhou, China Daily presents a series of live shows introducing the city as pre-event warmup on Facebook. As the best university in the...

 

+ Recent Headlines / Human intervention in Trapa natans may date back to 6,000 ye... [04-16-2018]

WANG Wei, a Tang Dynasty Chinese poet, once wrote “And by the ferry torches and lanterns are burned, with loads of water chestnuts the folk have returned.” This poem mirrors a time-honored tradition of cultivating and picking Trapa natans (a.k.a water chestnuts) in China.Recently, a research team led by GUO Yi, an associate professor with the Department of Archaeology and Museology, Zhejian...