27 /MAR

Using Biofabrication methods to help regenerate damaged corneal stroma

The Mi & Sun research group obtained significant progress in the field of inductive regeneration of corneal stroma and recently published in Nature Communications.
25 /MAR

Graduate Defense goes online at Tsinghua SIGS

For the past two weeks, the SIGS Engineering Professional Master’s program and Tsinghua Institute for Hospital Management (IHM) have moved its oral defenses online to ensure that students can graduate on time under the impact of COVID-19.
14 /MAR

SIGS faculty participate in first Tansuo-1 expedition of 2020

SIGS Prof. Ma Hui and Associate Prof. Liao Ran boarded the CAS research vessel “Tansuo-1” and set sail from the port of Nanshan, Sanya on March 10. The vessel was loaded with a manned submersible “Deep Sea Warrior".
09 /MAR

Connecting online to keep research going

"Although the return to school is postponed, the pace of scientific research should not stop!" Despite students’ delayed return, SIGS research groups have been making full use of online platforms to commence the semester’s work.
06 /MAR

SIGS Research: Intelligent manufacturing speeds production of anti-epidemic supplies

The Intelligent Manufacturing team from the Division of Advanced Manufacturing at SIGS has been providing partners with ultrasonic welding technologies in areas such as mask production and system design solutions.
03 /MAR

President Xi inspects COVID-19 scientific research in Tsinghua

Chinese President Xi Jinping inspects the scientific research on novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as well as the diagnosis and treatment of the disease in his visit to two institutes in Beijing.
27 /FEB

Voices from SIGS: Supporting the Epidemic Fight through Art

Master of Fine Art students from Tsinghua SIGS have created art pieces with the aims to inspire positivity and support efforts against the novel coronavirus. Their diverse and creative contributions help spread positive energy to overcome the epidemic.
20 /FEB

Tsinghua SIGS develops nanofiber filter membrane for reusable masks

Li Bo’s research team from SIGS and Associate Prof. Wu Hui’s team from Tsinghua SMSE have developed a nanofiber filter membrane for reusable masks to meet the current mask shortage facing the epidemic.
04 /FEB

Voices from SIGS: Tsinghua starts spring semester online

On the morning of February 3, Tsinghua held its first class of the spring semester via various online platforms such as Rain Classroom and People's Daily for over fifty thousand teachers, students, staff and alumni.
08 /JAN

PlanktonScope's image processing technology passes Ministry of Science and Technology inspection

Image processing and identification technology of PlanktonScope passes Ministry of Science and Technology inspection and approval at Qingdao, China.
06 /JAN

Tsinghua SIGS: 2019 Top 10 News Stories

Our top 10 news stories to round off 2019.
29 /NOV

Optical imaging sensor maps electrode activity distribution and OER kinetics in redox flow batteries

SIGS research group sheds light on local electrochemical reaction processes within redox flow batteries by proposing an optical imaging method to map electrode activity distribution and bubble kinetics.
12 /NOV

First China RISC-V Forum held at Tsinghua SIGS, A.M. Turing Award RIOS Laboratory unveiled

The first China RISC-V Forum, with the theme of “Ecosystem Wants to be Free” was held at Tsinghua SIGS on November 12 to 13. During the forum, the RISC-V International Open Source Laboratory was officially unveiled.
05 /NOV

Robust and low-cost catalyst paves way for large scale hydrogen production

Research group led by Associate Professor Yang Cheng develops super robust and highly reactive non-noble metal OER/HER electrocatalyst, a critical step towards an industrial electrolyzer for large scale hydrogen production.
24 /OCT

Professors Wang Xiaohao and Tang Fei develop Certified Non-Invasive Blood Glucometer

A new non-invasive blood glucometer that does not require blood collection by needles has been developed by professors from Tsinghua and Tsinghua SIGS.
27 /SEP

SIGS research group unveils sodium battery technology breakthrough

The Kang/He research group, led by Tsinghua SIGS professors Kang Feiyu and He Yanbing, published their findings in Nature Communications on September 18.
19 /SEP

In-situ plankton imaging system developed by Tsinghua SIGS passes Ministry of Science and Technology field test

Tsinghua SIGS conducted a 3-day sea trail of its in-situ imaging system, PlanktonScope on research vessel Tan Suo Yi Hao between August 27-29.
27 /AUG

Xiaohao Wang/Liwei Lin Group in TBSI Develop Insect-Inspired Soft Robot

Inspired by cockroaches, Xiaohao Wang/Liwei Lin group in Lab 2a, TBSI have developed a fast-moving soft robot that can withstand being stood on by an adult. The result is published on?Science Robotics.


MAR 30, 2020

SIGS Research Projects win 2019 Guangdong Science and Technology Awards >

Research projects led by Kang Feiyu and Wu Yaojiong won first and second prizes of the Natural Science Award respectively in the Guangdong Science and Technology Innovation Conference held on March 25.
MAR 26, 2020

TBSI holds First “Cloud Defense” >

“Congratulations on your successful defense!” On March 20, Shichao Tian, a PhD student from the Environmental Science and New Energy Technology Research Center of Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen Institute (TBSI), completed his online defense.
MAR 20, 2020

“Cloud Interviews” for SIGS International applicants >

This March, TBSI and the Tsinghua SIGS Interactive Media Design and Technology (IMDT) Program continue to conduct online interviews to select overseas applicants for the upcoming fall semester.
MAR 17, 2020

SIGS Research: Protecting the mental health of frontline hospital staff >

The Stress, Trauma and Resilience (STAR) program addresses mental health challenges of frontline hospital workers.
MAR 16, 2020

SIGS Research: Intelligent Monitoring System and High-throughput Screening Technology help COVID-19 prevention and control >

Prof. Wang Xingjun's team from Tsinghua SIGS has developed two systems that can provide full-coverage services for medical isolation observation and for high-throughput screening.
MAR 13, 2020

SIGS Research: R&D of New COVID-19 Detection Strips and Kit >

TBSI Assistant Prof. Qin Peiwu and his team has been developing new ways of detecting the COVID-19 virus with CRISPR reaction, custom designed mini-spectrometer, and single molecule imaging.