A Lecture Titled ‘Learn about Baymax in our lives: the Mass-Spectrometry Technology’ Successfully Presented in National Center for Protein Science

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On the afternoon of September 25, a lecture titled ‘Learn about Baymax in our lives: the Mass-Spectrometry Technology’ was successfully presented in National Center for Protein Science Shanghai (NCPSS) by Dr. Catherine Wong.

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The event was held at the auditorium of NCPSS. Dr. Wong, the Assistant Director of NCPSS and Section Chief of Mass Spectrometry, gave a lecture titled ‘Learn about Baymax in our lives, the Mass-Spectrometry Technology’, which attracted more than one hundred audiences from Qingpu No. 1 Middle School, Shanghai Tech University and other organizations. This lecture is a part of the science seminar series sponsored by Shanghai Science Communication Forum and it is the third lecture held by NCPSS in this year.


Dr. Ming Lei, Director of NCPSS, addressed at the beginning of the event to welcome all the visitors and he hoped all students could have the opportunity to communicate with scientists through this seminar, learn more about MS and protein sciences. On the other hand, Dr. Lei hoped scientists could take the opportunity such as Shanghai Science Communication Forum to make frontier scientific research easier and friendlier to the public and therefore make a great contribution for science popularization.


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Dr. Ming Lei addressed at the beginning of the event.

Dr. Catherine Wong presented the lecture.

Visitors were listening to the lecture.

Dr. Catherine Wong answered questions.

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