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Hui Li is a professor of chemistry at China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). She explains how the ideal molecular sensor will be sensitive, versatile, small enough to hold in your hand, and selective enough to work even when faced with complex samples. For instantce, she demonstrates how these sensors work perfect in undiluted whole blood and even in living animals.  She shares how it has proven difficult to create such an item, and the approaches his group has taken toward creating it. Prof. Li has co-authored more than 20 papers on molecular sciences and folding-based sensors, one English book chapter and 2 US patents.

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  • Work Experience
2009-10 | 2013-5
  • University of Bern, Switzerland
  • Chemistry and molecular sciences
  • Faculty of Higher Institutions
  • Doctoral Degree

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Supervisor of Master's Candidates

Honors and Titles : Marie Curie fellow (2009-2013)

Swiss National Science Foundation "Early Postdoc Mobility" fellow  (2014-2015)

China University of Geosciences(Wuhan) 2017 "Hundred Talent"

Gender : Female

Alma Mater : University of Bern

Education Level : Doctoral Degree in Education

Degree : 博士学位

Status : Employed

School/Department : Faculty of Material Science and Chemistry

Date of Employment : 2017-10-01

Discipline : chemistry

Business Address : Shicai Building (the opposite building of Xuehai Building), A204

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