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SUSTech' s College of Science hosts educational psychology lecture for postgraduate tutors

2024-04-02

Professor Martin Oestreich talks about The Cation Shuffle

2024-03-28

On March 15, Prof. Martin Oestreich from Technische Universität Berlin was invited to the 142nd Science Lecture in the College of Science. He gave a lecture themed “ The Cation Shuffle”.

SUSTech’s Department of Earth and Space Sciences signs cooperation agreement with Seismological Bureau of Liaoning Province

2024-03-15

On March 13, the Department of Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) and the Seismological Bureau of Liaoning Province held a signing ceremony for a strategic cooperation agreement between both parties.

SUSTech student receives Outstanding Student Presentation Award from American Geophysical Union

2024-03-13

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) recently held its Annual Meeting 2023, where Shaoting FENG, a Ph.D. student from the Department of Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) at the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech), received an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA).

Researchers observe highly excited “roaming” energy pathway in chemical reactions

2024-02-20

Roaming reaction, as a special type of reaction mechanism in chemistry, was discovered and began to receive widespread attention in the early 21st century. The analysis of the mechanism of roaming reaction in current experiments and theories is limited to the low electronic state of molecules and related ground state products.

Researchers report experimental findings on spin splitting behavior of antiferromagnets

2024-02-15

Antiferromagnetic materials, characterized by opposing magnetic alignments of neighboring spins, exhibit unique electronic structures that significantly differ from their ferromagnetic counterparts. Conventional antiferromagnets exhibit no splitting of electronic spin in their energy bands because of the symmetry of magnetic elements.