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Xiamen University, XMU: Scaling new heights
Founded in 1921 by Tan Kah Kee, an overseas Chinese philanthropist, Xiamen University has developed a culture of innovation and openness via its century-long growth. With established strengths in chemistry, biology and life sciences, public health, marine science and ecology, and other fields, this leading Chinese university has become internationally recognized for its multidisciplinary research excellence. It aspires to promote the transformation of its research results to serve societal needs, an ambition of its founder.
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A conversation with Rong Zhang, President, Xiamen University.
Championing sustainable growth has been central to this 100-year-old university with award-winning faculties, renowned research results, and advanced infrastructure. It is now poised for greater academic excellence.
Chemists at XMU are spearheading new research to find vital solutions.
Researchers at XMU are pioneering targeted health innovations in basic science and new therapies.
Addressing public health crises, XMU researchers are dedicated to advancing medical research and promoting life-saving strategies.
Exploration through oceanology, and environmental and ecological sciences by XMU researchers has led to innovations to improve marine ecosystems.
Studies by XMU physicists and energy researchers pave the way for a better future.
XMU scientists are developing a series of fundamental and practical innovations which bring impressive engineering feats.
XMU’s breakthroughs in advanced aerospace engineering are thrusting China’s industry into the limelight.
Optical and AI discoveries at XMU help advance big data.
Economic, business and legal researchers at XMU are driving cross-disciplinary studies, promoting real-world applications, and nurturing international talent.
Weaving diverse socio-cultural studies, XMU’s humanities and social science researchers have brought new perspectives from land and sea.