Chancellor speaks on COVID-19 research at Nanjing Tech Week 2020

“Chinese scientists are currently leading several of the most promising research projects at UW-Madison related to COVID-19,” said UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank, as part of her recorded remarks at last week’s “Nanjing Tech Week 2020,” held in the city of Nanjing, capital of China’s Jiangsu Province.

Chancellor Blank’s comments concluded the morning session of “Innovative Entrepreneur Day” on June 23, at which representatives of the UW-Madison and WARF (the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation) participated via a Zoom video in a forum held at Nanjing University. The forum was hosted by Gao Xinfang, director of Nanjing University’s Technology Transfer, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Office.

Read the full story originally published by Wisconsin China Initiative.