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Wenhao HU: Novel Reactions via Trapping of Active Intermediates


On March 26, 2021, Prof. Wenhao HU, dean of School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University was invited to the 54th Science Lecture of College of Science, SUSTech. He gave a lecture themed with“novel reactions via trapping of active intermediates”.

Chuang SHI: Research and Prospect of Beidou High-precision Positioning, Navigation and Timing


On March 25, 2021, Prof. Chuang SHI from Beihang University was invited to the 53th Science Lecture of College of Science, SUSTech. He gave a talk on the research and prospect of Beidou high-precision positioning, navigation and timing.

Kelin GAO: The 40Ca+ ION Optical Clock


On March 18, 2021, Prof. Kelin GAO from the Innovation Academy for Precision Measurement Science and Technology, CAS was invited to the 52th Science Lecture. He gave a talk on The 40Ca+ ION Optical Clock, which was chaired by Prof. Xueming YANG, an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences and dean of College of Science, SUSTech.

Shuxian TANG: From Surface Science to Surface Catalysis


Knowledge of surface properties leads to design of highly efficient catalysts that avoid the ubiquitous Sabatier conflict.

Li DENG: Weak-Bonding Catalysis with Organic Molecules


By imitating the cooperative weak bond catalysis mode commonly found in biological enzymes, Prof. Deng Li’s research group has successfully developed a series of new chiral organic small molecule catalysts and found new reactions.

Meixiang WANG: Advances in Macrocycles and Supramolecular Chemistry


Through experimental research, Prof. WANG’ s research group developed a brand-new strategy of “cross-bay bridge” and a multi-tiered intramolecular reaction method, making full use of the pre-organized single ring structure and cone conformation of the Resor aromatics . By equipping the Soarene’s "Bay Area" with suitable reaction groups, 4 or 6 chemical bridge reactions across the "Bay Area" are realized and ring-belt molecules with different types of skeleton structures are efficiently constructed.