• May 17, 2024

    BIT team makes significant progress in synthesis of DTX ligand-protected gold clusters

    The team led by professors Yao Liaoyuan and Yang Guoyu from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) has recently made significant progress in the synthesis of gold clusters protected by dithiocarbonate (DTX) ligands.
  • First BIT article published in Cell! 3D technology reveals 'secrets of early life'

    Apr 30, 2024

    First BIT article published in Cell! 3D technology reveals 'secrets of early life'

    On April 23, Associate Professor Xiao Zhenyu, of the School of Life Science at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), alongside researchers Wang Hongmei, Yu Leqian, and Guo Jingtao from the Institute of Zoology (IOZ) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Professor Wei Yulei from China Agricultural University, and Assistant Researcher He Nannan from the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University, published an article in the renowned international academic journal Cell, titled "3D Reconstruction of a Gastrulating Human Embryo."
  • Apr 26, 2024

    BIT team makes important progress in theoretical design of NIR II fluorescent dyes

    Significant progress has been made in the theoretical design of near-infrared II (NIR-II) fluorescent dyes by a team jointly led by Associate Professor Zheng Xiaoyan from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Associate Professor Shi Jianbing from the School of Materials Science & Engineering, the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), in collaboration with Professor Francisco of the University of Pennsylvania.
  • BIT team makes progress in the field of flexible phosphorescent materials and low-temperature luminescence mechanisms

    Apr 19, 2024

    BIT team makes progress in the field of flexible phosphorescent materials and low-temperature luminescence mechanisms

    The National Information Technology Application Innovation (ITAI) in Beijing E-Town saw a growth of over 100 percent in the number of newly registered enterprises during this first quarter, with the number of established businesses exceeding 300.
  • BIT team makes important progress in reduction of CO2 using microdroplets

    Apr 7, 2024

    BIT team makes important progress in reduction of CO2 using microdroplets

    Recently, Professor Xie Jing's team from the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), in collaboration with Professor Zare's team from Stanford University, has made significant progress in the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) using microdroplets.
  • Feb 22, 2024

    Research findings of BIT Associate Professor and his collaborators published in Nature Genetics

    The research findings of Associate Professor Xiao Zhenyu from the School of Life Science at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), in collaboration with Researcher Wang Hongmei from the Institute of Zoology (IOZ) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Researcher Lu Falong from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology (IGDB), CAS, and Professor Li Rong from Peking University Third Hospital, have recently been published in the journal Nature Genetics. The paper is titled "Single-nucleus multi-omic profiling of human placental syncytiotrophoblasts identifies cellular trajectories during pregnancy."
  • Jan 19, 2024

    Paper co-authored by BIT professor published in Science

    Recently, a paper titled "Dealuminated Beta zeolite reverses Ostwald ripening for durable copper nanoparticle catalysts," led by Professor Xiao Fengshou and Researcher Liang Wang from the School of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Zhejiang University, and in collaboration with Professor Jiabi Ma of the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), and researchers of other institutes, was published in the journal Science.
  • Jan 10, 2024

    BIT research group makes progress in rapid construction of zinc-ion microbatteries

    Li Xiangyang, a doctoral student at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), has recently published a research paper titled "All-Direct Laser Patterning Zinc-Based Microbatteries" in the top international journal Advanced Functional Materials as the first author (DOI: 10.1002/adfm.202314060). BIT is the first author affiliation for the paper, and Zhao Yang, a special researcher at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at BIT, is the corresponding author.

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