Tsinghua SIGS carried out a series of engaging lectures for the eighth day of the Tsinghua Global Summer School (GSS) 2020.
New progress in atomic imaging by SIGS and SUSTech researchers reveals subsurface hydrogen interstices in metal hydrides.
PlanktonScope was put into operation to perform in situ monitoring of Creseis acicula appearing in large numbers at Daya Bay.
Li Dingyi '20 and others founded an online travel service platform during their time at Tsinghua SIGS, turning passion into business.
The Alliance will strive to create synergies and join hands with the society and higher education institutions in the Greater Bay Area to explore new models of innovation and entrepreneurship education.
The forum aims to promote global graphite research and industrial application, and strengthen international cooperation and exchange between scientists and entrepreneurs at home and abroad.
Guide to using Tsinghua Rain Classroom
FEB 03, 2020