beplay官网: SUES Students Made a New Breakthrough in the 17th Challenge Cup National Competition——the Second Prize


Recently, two works designed by SUES students won the Outstanding and the Second prizes in the 17th Challenge Cup National College Students Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Works Competition. To be exact, in the section of Unmasking Special Competition, Immune New Materials Related Research competition, Jin Yuqin’s team won the Outstanding prize and Wang Xiang’s team won the Second Prize. Both teams succeeded and stood out in the competition after qualification examination, preliminary examination, and the review of the fierce competition, among thousands of colleges and universities across the country.

Title: Multi-functional selenium nano-immune medicine

The prize class: The Second Prize

The winners’ college: School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Instructors: Liu Xijian, Lu Jie

Team leader: Wang Xiang

Team members: Wang Xingxuan, Wang Jinxia, Guan Shaoqi, Zhao Xing, Cao Dongmiao, Chen Aihong, Wang Yaqi

The content of this research: This research has developed an intelligent biodegradable selenium (Se) niobium (Bi) diagnostic drug that combines CT imaging, enhanced photothermal (PTT) radiotherapy, and immunotherapy to reduce side effects. This study opens up new prospects for the rational design of intelligent and biodegradable diagnostic drugs to improve the effectiveness of treatment and reduce side effects.

The Challenge Cup National College Student Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Competition is organized by the Communist Youth League Central Committee, the Chinese Association of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Education, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the National Union of Students, and other relevant departments. This competition is full of features such as guidance, demonstration, and mass attendance among college students extracurricular innovation and entrepreneurship competition activities. This competition is also known as the Olympic event for contemporary college students’ scientific and technological innovation.