Central South University: Breaking through research barriers
Central South University (CSU) was formally established in 2000 through a merger of three distinguished universities in China with strong links to industry, --- Central South University of Technology (CSUT), Hunan Medical University (HMU), and Changsha Railway University (CRU). Built on the strengths of the three merged universities, CSU has developed into a national key university, with a strong academic reputation in nonferrous metals, rail transit, and medicine. From technologies for efficient aluminium use and tungsten recovery, to the world’s only system for testing train crashes using full-size trains, as well as effective treatment tailored to patients’ genetic makeup, research at CSU has offered solutions to key technical/industrial challenges, serving societal and economic development needs. Here, we will see how CSU research innovations are driving relevant industries.
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