Established in 1920, the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (SCCE) at Nanjing University (NJU) is one of the oldest and strongest in China. Reviewing a century of achievement, its dean, Shuhua Li, discusses his vision for future success.
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School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University: A hub of chemical connections
Established in 1920, the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (SCCE) at Nanjing University is one of the oldest and strongest in China. Its steady growth benefits from the past efforts of distinguished scholars and educators, who have helped the school to build strengths in almost all the sub-disciplines of chemical science. Today, committed to cutting-edge research in synthetic chemistry, chemical measurement, functional materials for energy and biomedicine use, and green chemical engineering, SCCE is keen to transform its research results into disruptive technologies to benefit society.
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Chemists at Nanjing University are finding new ways to engineer complex molecules.
Researchers at Nanjing University work to improve tools for chemical measurement, allowing unprecedented identification of molecular events inside cells.
The integration of chemistry and biology offers new tools to advance biomedicine.
NJU chemists are developing new functional materials for use in everything from energy to IT.
Chemical research results are being turned into energy-saving technologies, yielding profits.