Press Releases

+ Press Releases / Morphing Origami: A Polymer Science Breakthrough [01-10-2016]

The latest advance in shapeshifting polymer could lead to a new generation of materials for innovations in medical, electronics and other fields.A research team, led by Prof. Xie Tao of the College of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Zhejiang University, has unveiled a new shape memory polymer that can change its permanent shapes multiple times—remembering its current shape as well as new on...

 

+ Press Releases / Talon Financial Donates 100 million Yuan to Support Internet... [01-09-2016]

On January 8, Talon Financial donated 100 million yuan to set up Zhejiang University Internet Financial Education Foundation dedicated to promoting the discipline of Internet finance.Jin Deshui, Party Chief of Zhejiang University, expressed his cordial gratitude to Pan Baofeng, CEO of Talon Financial, for this handsome donation. “The Internet is ushering in an era of revolution in various areas a...

 

+ Press Releases / 4 Research Achievements of ZJU Win China's State Science and... [01-09-2016]

China announced the winners of China’s State Science and Technology Awards on January 8. Zhejiang University clinched 4 prizes, including 1 “sci-tech progress” (innovative group) prize, 1 “natural science” prize, and 2 “sci-tech progress” prizes. The innovative team, led by Prof. Zheng Shusen of the School of Medicine, specializes in comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of terminal liver d...

 

+ Press Releases / Smart Farm in the Era of Internet Plus [01-09-2016]

In conventional farming, farmers use their own experience in irrigating crops, using fertilizer or spraying pesticides. Not only does it contribute to low working efficiency and severe resource waste, but it also fails to guarantee the quality and safety of agricultural products. The agricultural water usage rate in China is merely 51%, only two-thirds in developed countries; the amount of fertili...

 

+ Press Releases / ZJU Scientists Reveal Neuronal "Socket" on Mice's Fear [01-06-2016]

 Mice have remarkably keen olfactory senses. As long as there is a tiny trace of odor from predators, mice will become vigilant and motionless. What is on their minds the second they harbor fear? Prof. Duan Shumin and research fellow Wang Hao from the Key Laboratory of Medical Neurobiology, the School of Medicine at Zhejiang University, carried out collaborative research into neuronal mechani...