Faculty and students from the College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of Lanzhou University participated in the 2023 Basic Disciplines Outstanding Student Training Program Chemistry Seminar and the Seventh National Chemical Professional College Stud

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From October 27 to October 29, 2023, the 2023 "Basic Disciplines Outstanding Student Training Program" Chemistry Seminar and the Seventh National Chemical Professional College Student Science and Technology Activity Exchange Meeting, sponsored by the Ministry of Education's Higher Education Chemistry Professional Teaching Steering Committee and hosted by Nankai University's College of Chemistry, took place in Tianjin. Faculty and students from 34 universities, including Peking University, Tsinghua University, Nanjing University, Nankai University, Fudan University, Sun Yat-sen University, Jilin University, Xiamen University, Zhejiang University, University of Science and Technology of China, Lanzhou University, and others, attended the conference.

On October 28, the conference officially opened, with Professor Liu Yang from Nankai University's College of Chemistry presiding over the opening ceremony. Professors J.L. Kiappes from the University of Oxford and University College London, and Professor Guo Yupeng from Jilin University, were invited to share their insights on the cultivation model of outstanding innovative talents in chemistry.

The science and technology activity exchange meeting featured both "lecture" and "poster" categories. In the lecture session, our university's student Jin Bo gave a research presentation titled "Longyuan Hydrogen—A Rising Star in the Green Hydrogen Industry," leading to extensive interaction and discussion with the attending faculty and students. In the lively poster presentation session, students Huang Fuyao and Yang Yubin discussed their research work with faculty and students, sharing their research experiences and demonstrating a strong academic atmosphere.




This conference provided a platform for excellent undergraduate students in chemistry from across the country to exchange ideas, expanding the research horizons of participating undergraduate students. It also encouraged undergraduate students to actively engage in extracurricular scientific and academic activities, fostering interest in these pursuits. Additionally, the conference facilitated communication between the hosting institution and other universities with chemistry programs, contributing valuable experience for the College's ongoing efforts to enhance the cultivation of outstanding talents and promote undergraduate research practices.