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Fudan sci-tech innovation center opens in Baoshan

A KEY scientific innovation center was launched at the city’s former iron and steel industry base in the north of the city yesterday to foster the development of the latest scientific achievements of Fudan University.

The Baoshan-Fudan Sci-tech Innovation Center was launched at the Stainless Building of China Baowu Steel Group in Baoshan District, which is transferring the iron-steel production lines and turning the Wusong area into a smart city.

The center marks a new milestone toward realizing Shanghai’s ambition to become a scientific innovation center with global influence, as well as to help transform the city’s northern industrial base into a core scientific and technological hub.

The first batch of eight innovative projects from professors and research teams of the university moved into the newly unveiled center yesterday.

They include the awarding-winning functional mesoporous materials development project from Professor Zhao Dongyuan, which has won a top national nature and science award.

The mesoporous material, or super nanoporous, is a nanoporous material containing pores with diameters between 2 and 50 nanometers, which can be used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics, new energy, environmental protection and electronic materials sectors.

Another project, a high-performance coating material from a team led by Professor Zhou Shuxue and Wu Limin, can be used for future construction materials, automobiles, electronic devices, military, pipeline, food package, shipbuilding, aircraft manufacturing and road construction.

The intelligent fiber materials developed by Professor Peng Huisheng can be widely used in new energy, information technology, wearable devices and health and space exploration. Many bottleneck issues are expected to be solved by the new materials.

The suburban district and the center will offer all services and resources to help foster the scientific projects, said Gao Yiyi, director of Baoshan.




 

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