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Zhang Na (L) discusses experiment design with a student at a lab in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 17, 2017. The Hefei institutes of Physical Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASHIPS), together with more than ten other research institutes, is located on a peninsula in northwest of Hefei. Thousands of scientific and technologic researchers work on the peninsula, which is called "science island". Wang Junfeng, postdoctoral fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a researcher of CAS hundred talents program, returned from the United States and started his research on the "science island". In the following years, Wang Wenchao, Zhang Xin, Zhang Na, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing, Lin Wenchu and Ren Tao, seven others postdoctoral fellows of Harvard University Medical School, chose the same way. The eight postdoctoral fellows, whose hometowns are not in Anhui, knew each other in Harvard University. The "science island" in Hefei is a better place for their scientific research. (Xinhua/Guo Chen)

 

Lin Wenchu, Wang Junfeng and Zhang Xin (L to R) discuss at Hefei institutes of Physical Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASHIPS) in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 17, 2017. The CASHIPS, together with more than ten other research institutes, is located on a peninsula in northwest of Hefei. Thousands of scientific and technologic researchers work on the peninsula, which is called "science island". Wang Junfeng, postdoctoral fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a researcher of CAS hundred talents program, returned from the United States and started his research on the "science island". In the following years, Wang Wenchao, Zhang Xin, Zhang Na, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing, Lin Wenchu and Ren Tao, seven others postdoctoral fellows of Harvard University Medical School, chose the same way. The eight postdoctoral fellows, whose hometowns are not in Anhui, knew each other in Harvard University. The "science island" in Hefei is a better place for their scientific research. (Xinhua/Jin Liwang)

 

Wang Junfeng introduces academic research progress to media in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 17, 2017. The Hefei institutes of Physical Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASHIPS), together with more than ten other research institutes, is located on a peninsula in northwest of Hefei. Thousands of scientific and technologic researchers work on the peninsula, which is called "science island". Wang Junfeng, postdoctoral fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a researcher of CAS hundred talents program, returned from the United States and started his research on the "science island". In the following years, Wang Wenchao, Zhang Xin, Zhang Na, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing, Lin Wenchu and Ren Tao, seven others postdoctoral fellows of Harvard University Medical School, chose the same way. The eight postdoctoral fellows, whose hometowns are not in Anhui, knew each other in Harvard University. The "science island" in Hefei is a better place for their scientific research. (Xinhua/Jin Liwang)

 

Liu Qingsong (R) discusses experiment design with a student at a lab in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 17, 2017. The Hefei institutes of Physical Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASHIPS), together with more than ten other research institutes, is located on a peninsula in northwest of Hefei. Thousands of scientific and technologic researchers work on the peninsula, which is called "science island". Wang Junfeng, postdoctoral fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a researcher of CAS hundred talents program, returned from the United States and started his research on the "science island". In the following years, Wang Wenchao, Zhang Xin, Zhang Na, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing, Lin Wenchu and Ren Tao, seven others postdoctoral fellows of Harvard University Medical School, chose the same way. The eight postdoctoral fellows, whose hometowns are not in Anhui, knew each other in Harvard University. The "science island" in Hefei is a better place for their scientific research. (Xinhua/Jin Liwang)

 

Wang Wenchao, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing and Ren Tao (L to R) discuss research progress at a lab in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, Aug. 17, 2017. The Hefei institutes of Physical Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASHIPS), together with more than ten other research institutes, is located on a peninsula in northwest of Hefei. Thousands of scientific and technologic researchers work on the peninsula, which is called "science island". Wang Junfeng, postdoctoral fellow of Harvard University Medical School and a researcher of CAS hundred talents program, returned from the United States and started his research on the "science island". In the following years, Wang Wenchao, Zhang Xin, Zhang Na, Liu Qingsong, Liu Jing, Lin Wenchu and Ren Tao, seven others postdoctoral fellows of Harvard University Medical School, chose the same way. The eight postdoctoral fellows, whose hometowns are not in Anhui, knew each other in Harvard University. The "science island" in Hefei is a better place for their scientific research. (Xinhua/Jin Liwang)

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