Zhejiang University’s new version of “Jueying” robot dog acquires new skills


Zhejiang University released a new version of the four-legged “Jueying” robot on December 4. The new “Jueying” robot, a small-sized quadruped robot that can handle 20 kg objects, is capable of running and climbing stairs.The new “Jueying” robot is marked by a better ability to strike a balance while running and a greater capability of adapting to more complicated terrains, said one of the de...


From Hangzhou to Paris: AI practices in higher education


A delegation from Zhejiang University, led by President WU Zhaohui, visits Université Paris-Saclay and ?cole Polytechnique in France recently. On Dec. 14, WU delivered a keynote speech entitled “AI in China: Today and Tomorrow” during the ZJU Networking Reception in Paris, sharing the development of AI in China and the best practices at ZJU.As applications of AI becoming much commonly...


ZJU alumnus Patricio Giusto supports China-Argentina tie in 2018 G20 summit


At the 2018 G20 Summit in Argentina, Patricio Giusto, an eminent ZJU alumnus, an Argentine public policy expert, Head of Political Diagnostics Consulting and an associate professor at the Catholic University of Argentina, expressed his anticipation of close ties between China and Argentina and other Latin American countries in an article published in People’s Daily and in an exclusive interview w...


Analysis on liver cancer subpopulation identifies the key role of one microRNA


The research team led by JI Junfang from the Life Sciences Institute, Zhejiang University, published an article entitled “miR-192-5p silencing by genetic aberrations is a key event in hepatocellular carcinomas with cancer stem cell features” in the December 7 issue of Cancer Research. It opens up a feasible and effective approach to targeting hepatocellular carcinomas with cancer stem cell ...


Prof. WU Yuzhe hailed as an author of Highly Cited Papers


Essential Science Indicators (ESI) reveals the latest statistics about highly Cited Papers. Among them was Urban growth dilemmas and solutions in China: Looking forward to 2030, an article penned by Prof. WU Yuzhe and his PhD student LUO Jiaojiao,School of Public Affairs.This article was published in Habitat International in 2016. In the article, WU Yuzhe et al. asserts that China’s urbaniza...


Augmented reality brings cultural relics to life


A scroll is unfolded bit by bit on the screen and Portrait of a Flower-wearing Maid—a famous painting in ancient China—is unveiled in front of an audience. A maid attired in a Tang Dynasty costume walks out of the painting, composed and graceful.  Modern technology brings to life “dormant” cultural relics ranging from static objects to dynamic images like a magic wand. Four screens display ...


A new three-dimensional super-resolution imaging technique for live cells


Recently, the research team led by Prof. LIU Xu and Prof. KUANG Cuifang from the College of Optical Science and Engineering put forward a novel method of performing 3D multi-color live-cell super-resolution volume imaging termed as multi-angle interference microscopy (MAIM), thus offering a powerful device for researches intothe subcellular dynamics of mitochondria and microtubule architectures du...


Prof. XU Jianming named American Society of Agronomy Fellow


At the annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy (ASA) on November 5 in Baltimore, Prof. XU Jianming from the College of Environmental and Resource Sciences was named a Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy.Established in 1907, ASA is the most influential professional society of crop and soil scientists, educators and practitioners who work to discovery and apply agron...


Prof. WU Zhaohui and Prof. CHEN Jiming elected to the IEEE Fellows Class of 2019


The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) released the IEEE Fellows Class of 2019 on Nov. 21. Two professors from Zhejiang University—Prof. WU Zhaohui and Prof. CHEN Jiming—were elected to be IEEE fellows for contributions to intelligent service computing and for contributions to resource allocation and optimization in wireless sensor networks respectively.IEEE, an associat...


Cultural Heritage Institute participates in restoration of Taleju Temple in Nepal


Zhejiang University is responsible for the first large-scale cultural relic restoration project by China undertaken in Nepal.At the invitation of the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage and the Department of Archaeology under the Nepalese Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, LI Zhirong, associate dean of the Cultural Heritage Institute, led a team of 3 engineers to engage in chronicli...


Researchers discover a novel approach to labeling and imaging protein-coding genes in living cells


The research team headed by CHEN Baohui from Zhejiang University School of Medicine published an article entitled “Efficient labeling and imaging of protein-coding genes in living cells using CRISPR-Ta” in the November 29 issue of Nature Communications. Their studies open up a new technology for labeling non-repetitive genomic elements and display an efficient, easy, and scalable DNA t...


A bridge that fuels connection and inspiration - Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative kicks off at Zhejiang University with Michael Young


Michael W. Young, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2017 and American biologist and geneticist, visited Zhejiang University (ZJU) on Dec. 4, as part of the Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative (NPII) 2018 in China.Professor Young gave a lecture entitled “Genes that control sleep and circadian rhythms”, which attracted more than 400 students and scholars in Qiushi Lecture Hall. In the semina...


ZJU delegation visits Russian universities


ZHENG Qiang, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Zhejiang University Committee, led the ZJU Graduate Art Troupe and a delegation of ZJU postgraduate students to visit Moscow State University (MSU), Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) and Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU) on Nov. 20-23.MSU...


Human body communication transceiver designed by ZJU scientist


Recently, ZHAO Bo from the College of Information Science & Electronic Engineering published a paper entitled “A Low-Power Compact IEEE802.15.6 Compatible Human Body Communication Transceiver with Digital Sigma—Delta IIR Mask Shaping” in the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. ZHAO Bo is the leading author of this paper.  The IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits publishes papers ...

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