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  • CUNJC Annual Review 2021
    2022-01-21
  • Science and Tech Officials at the British Embassy Visit CUNJC
    2022-01-18
  • The Centre's Third Roadshow Held Successfully
    2021-12-23
  • Cambridge Nanjing Forum 2021 Successfully Held
    2021-11-08
  • Intellectual Property Attaché at the British Embassy Visits CUNJC
    2021-10-29
  • Interview with Prof. Heping Cheng by Asking Twelve Questions
    2021-09-10
  • Professor Daping Chu: Profiling 3D surfaces
    2021-08-09
  • Interview with Professor Antonio Vidal-Puig
    2021-07-26
  • Cambridge Alumni Salon on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Successfully Held
    2021-06-26
  • Cambridge Alumni Innovation and Entrepreneurship Salon to be Held
    2021-06-18
  • CUNJC Newsletter
    2021-05-21
  • Interview with PIs of the Centre — Prof. Richard Prager FREng
    2021-05-07
  • International Seminar on Technology Innovation and Intellectual Property Held Successfully
    2021-04-27
  • Intellectual Property Event Preview
    2021-04-21
  • CUNJC Newsletter
    2021-04-02
  • Highlights of the CUNJC in 2020
    2021-02-09
  • CUNJC approved to establish Provincial Post-doctoral Innovation Practice Base
    2021-01-14
  • CUNJC Newsletter
    2021-01-05
  • New Electronic and Optoelectronics Technology Roadshow held successfully
    2020-11-25
  • CUNJC Newsletter
    2020-10-27
  • Nanjing-Cambridge University “Deepening Partnership” Development Conference Held Successfully
    2020-09-30
  • CUNJC Newsletter (Aug. 2020 Issue)
    2020-08-21
  • Interview with Prof. Daping Chu
    2020-08-02
  • The first seminar and roadshow of the Centre successfully held
    2020-07-25
  • Finally, all the supplies have arrived in Cambridge!
    2020-07-03
  • The main building of the first phase of the Centre officially capped
    2020-06-30
  • Daping Chu: Cambridge and Nanjing are win-win partners (1)
    2020-06-29
  • A new 3D display solution creates a no - dizzy AR device
    2020-06-25
  • Eilís Ferran talks about understanding city innovation
    2020-06-25
  • A new batch of research projects of the CUNJC approved
    2020-06-23
  • The first batch of PPE supplies to aid Cambridge has been sent!
    2020-04-21
  • Solidarity with Cambridge!
    2020-03-30
  • Love without border! CUNJC collects PPE supplies for Cambridge
    2020-03-25
  • Cambridge University - Nanjing Centre of Technology and Innovation Donates Masks to Assist Epidemic Prevention and Control
    2020-03-06
  • The Groundbreaking Ceremony and the “Working in Partnership in China” Forum were successfully held
    2019-09-10
  • Professor Richard William Prager was hired as a visiting professor at Southeast University.
    2019-05-08
  • Formal launch of scientific research project of University of Cambridge-Nanjing Center of Technology and Innovation.
    2019-05-07
  • Formal launch of University of Cambridge-Nanjing Center of Technology and Innovation.
    2018-10-05
  • July 30, 2018 Opening ceremony.
    2018-07-30
  • March 27, 2018 Formal cooperation agreements were signed.
    2018-03-27
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  • CUNJC Annual Review 2021
  • Science and Tech Officials at the British Embassy Visit CUNJC
    On the morning of January 12, 2022, Mr. Anthony Myers, Head of Digital, Data and Cyber Policy at the British Embassy in Beijing, Mr. Stephen Brennan, Consul for Science and Technology of the British Consulate General in Shanghai, Ms. Bronte Zhang, Science and Technology Officer of British Consulate General in Shanghai, and Ms. Jane Lu, Senior Officer of the Regional Affairs Office (Jiangsu), visited the new site of CUNJC. Professor Daping Chu, Academic Director and CEO of CUNJC, presided over the meeting online, and Albert Wu, General Research Manager of CUNJC, attended the meeting at the Centre. 
  • The Centre's Third Roadshow Held Successfully

    Co-sponsored by the Nanjing Jiangbei New Area Management Committee and CUNJC, the third roadshow of the International Technology Roadshow Series of the Centre was successfully held on December 15. 


  • Cambridge Nanjing Forum 2021 Successfully Held
    “Cambridge Nanjing Forum 2021 – Summit of Brain Science and Brain-like Research” lasted for 2 days, and achieved great success in China with the unanimous affirmation of all participants. 15 cutting-edge academic reports were respectively made by 7 scholars from domestic first-class universities and 8 scholars from Cambridge University, each of which took 45 minutes, and 6 academicians of Chinese Academy of Sciences and 6 distinguished professors titled Changjiang Scholars listened to their wonderful reports. They surmounted the geographical barrier of 8,900 kilometers between Cambridge University and Nanjing, and jointly presented a cutting-edge international academic feast for nearly 100 guests from all walks of life and an audience of over 100 online in the form of synchronous sharing of live and cloud.