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  • SXU makes scientific breakthrough

    Updated : 2016-12-28

    Shanxi University’s molecular science institute has made a breakthrough in the coordination chemistry field.

  • SXU artist exhibits artwork at Taiyuan Art Museum

    Updated : 2016-12-27

    Li Deren, a professor teaching at Shanxi University’s Academy of Fine Arts, showcased his paintings at Taiyuan Art Museum between Dec 21 and 26.

  • SXU molecular science institute releases latest finding

    Updated : 2016-12-26

    Shanxi University’s Institute for Molecular Science published its latest finding in the world leading chemistry journal Angewandte Chemie ("Applied Chemistry"in English).

  • SXU furthers exchanges with UCC

    Updated : 2016-12-22

    Shanxi University continued its communication and cooperation with the University College Cork, also known as the National University of Ireland, Cork (UCC), at the Irish Embassy in Beijing on Dec 13.

  • Sports meeting staged in Shanxi University

    Updated : 2016-12-20

    A sports meeting took place in Shanxi University’s gymnasium on Dec 17.

  • SXU social science project wins national funding

    Updated : 2016-12-19

    The program headed by Yue Qianhou, Shanxi University’s professor working at the school’s Modern Chinese History Institute, has received financial support from the country’s Education Ministry.

  • SXU furthers cooperation with Leeds University

    Updated : 2016-12-19

    Professor Rammile Ettelaie, from Leeds University of the United Kingdom, completed a 19-day academic exchange tour with Shanxi University and announced he will hold a post as a visiting professor at the school.

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