Prof. Cao receives a grant from the National Program on Key Basic Research Project (Young Scientist Program) from Ministry of Science and Technology. Congratulations to our team and our collaborators Prof. Chen Wang, Prof. Zhubin Hu from ECNU and Prof. Huiqing Peng from BUCT!
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Our lab receives the National Science Fund for Young Scholars
Our lab receives the National Science Fund for Young Scholars. Thank you NSFC for funding our research!
Happy New Year from Cao Group!
Chemist is cool!
Our group photo is awarded the second prize in the “Chemist is Cool” event hold by Chinese Chemical Society. We are cool chemists! The event is an important part of the “International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development”.
Wei Cao selected as a member of the Early Career Board of ACSBiomaterials
Dr Wei Cao was selected as a member of the Early Career Board for ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering.
Wei Cao Presented at China University of Petroleum
Wei Cao presented his research on polymeric materials at the China University of Petroleum-Beijing on December 22rd 2021. Thanks for the invitation from Prof. Juan Zhang！
Wei Cao selected as a 2021 ACS PMSE Future Faculty Scholar!
The American Chemical Society (ACS) Division of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (PMSE) has selected Wei Cao as a Future Faculty Scholar. The award “recognizes talented postdocs who have made significant contributions to their respective fields within polymer materials science and engineering.” As part of the award, Wei will give a special talk at theContinue reading “Wei Cao selected as a 2021 ACS PMSE Future Faculty Scholar!”
Wei presented at the 2021 National Annual Polymer Congress
Wei presented his research on Selenium-Containing Biopolymers for Combined Chemo-Radiotherapies and Radiation Protection at the Youth Forum of 2021 National Annual Polymer Congress in Beijing. Check out the video below!
Our website is live!
Wei synthesized a website for The Cao Group in September 2021. Any comments are welcome! Looking forward to seeing more progress! Stay tuned!!