XJTU research results in vivo imaging field published in Cell Stem Cell
Huang Qiang, a pediatric surgeon of the Second Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University，releases an article in the top international journal Cell Stem Cell.
XJTU makes significant progress in the research of ultraflexible multiferroic composite films
This work will pave the way towards flexible spintronic and functional devices with fast speed, good portability, and low energy consumption.
Breakthrough in the development and application of in situ transmission electron microscope friction technology
Friction is closely connected with people's daily lives, and the abrasion caused by friction can cause major losses in engineering applications or even endanger lives.
XJTU’s scientific research team makes significant breakthrough in pathogenesis of hyperthyroid exophthalmos
The internationally renowned journal Chinese Journal of Cellular and Molecular Immunology recently issued the latest research achievement in hyperthyroidism exophthalmos conducted by Professor Shi Bingyin's team of the First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University.
Xi’an Jiaotong University graduate publishes scientific research achievement in Science
There has been rapid development in research on self-organization of active materials in non-equilibrium material systems.
XJTU’s joint research findings published in PNAS
The research found that Midinfrared Stimulation, MIRS, can be used as a novel neuromodulation strategy to adjust spiking activities potential wave formation and sensori-motor behavior. The adjustment is athermal, reversible and long distance.
XJTU graduate publishes latest research finding in Science Magazine
Hao Zeyu, an alumnus of Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU), became the first author of a scientific report titled "Electric Field–tunable Superconductivity in Alternating-twist Magic-angle Trilayer Graphene" and published in Science magazine on March 12.
Frontier Institute of Science and Technology of XJTU made progress
Research Group represented by doctorial students Wu Yaobin and Wang Ling, both are the first authors published Electroactive Biodegradable Polyurethane Significantly Enhanced Schwann Cells Myelin Gene Expression and Neurotrophin Secretion for Peripheral Nerve Tissue Engineering at Biomaterials.