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In the final contest of 2013 Tsinghua-Gates Mini Grant contest for students, two members of Javid Lab, Junhao Zhu and Jing Long, were awarded prizes. Congratulations, guys!
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In the final of the 2013 Tsinghua-Gates Mini Grant contest for students, two members of Javid Lab, Junhao Zhu and Jing Long, were awarded prizes. Congratulations, guys!
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2014.01.25: Hongwei Flies to the Rainbow Nation



Today, Hongwei Su will leave for the Republic of South Africa where he will spend more than 6 months to study mistranslation in M. tuberculosis. Wish him the best luck!



2014.01.06: On target to unravel secrets of mycobacterial drug tolerance



New paper online! ‘Mycobacterial mistranslation is necessary and sufficient for rifampicin phenotypic resistance’ is available now. CLICK HERE to see the detail.



2013 Tsinghua-Gates Mini Grant contest for students, Javid Lab, TRIUMPH!



In the final of the 2013 Tsinghua-Gates Mini Grant contest for students, two members of Javid Lab, Junhao Zhu and Jing Long, were awarded prizes. Congratulations, guys!


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