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Start a New Journey of Vaccine Research in China

For many years, China remained a great fantasy in Professor Aldo's imagination. Now the time has come for him to visit colleagues in the country, build common projects and enjoy the monuments, experience the natural scenarios and the culture of the empire that he had known as kids from the book of Marco Polo. Professor Aldo is now building a new research unit "Laboratory of Inflammation and Vaccines" at Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, with a group of young Chinese scientists. This is a laboratory aiming to develop novel immunotherapeutic drugs and vaccines.

Sketching with a Scientific Touch

Li Jian is a professional sketcher who values accuracy over creativity and draws to record, not to make art. The 61-year-old is a senior lab scientist at the Chengdu Institute of Biology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and has dedicated himself to scientific sketching in the area of animal and plant taxonomy.

Canadian Researcher Hails Shanghai as a Paradise for Scientific Research

Jeremy Murray doesn't speak Chinese, but that didn't stop him from settling down in China. It was a risky maneuver, but he pulled it off. "Not a word of Chinese. But I function well here in Shanghai," said the 51-year-old Canadian scientist. Murray began in Canada before moving to the United States. He then moved to the United Kingdom to work at the John Innes Centre, a world-renowned plant and microbial science research institute. He made the decision to pursue his research in Shanghai about five years ago.

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