Nobel laureate and German biochemist Robert Huber has set up a workstation in China, with aims to develop cutting-edge technologies in healthcare industry and apply those technologies in practice.

German Nobel laureate sets up workstation in chinaHuber unveiled the workstation in Chengdu, capital of southwestern Sichuan Province,  expressing the hope that the cooperation will help make achievements in biomedical industries.

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The workstations is expected to help tap top talent resources to facilitate high-quality projects related to the healthcare industries.

Known for his contribution in the formulation of the “three-dimensional structure of a photosynthesis reaction center”, Huber shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Johann Deisenhofer and Hartmut Michel in 1988.

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Huber unveiled the workstation in Chengdu, capital of southwestern Sichuan Province,  expressing the hope that the cooperation will help make achievements...
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