Active free trials in the universities around the world

Wenzhou Medical University, China

Wenzhou Medical College (WMC)’s history can be traced back from Zhejiang Medical School established in Hangzhou in 1912. In August of 1958, Part of Zhejiang Medical School was moved from Hangzhou to Wenzhou, hence the name changed to Wenzhou Medical College. In 2013, the name changed to Wenzhou Medical University (WMU).

Wenzhou Medical University is composed of three campuses, located respectively at Xueyuan Road, Xiushan and Chashan, covering an area of 73 ha. (=1100 mu) with a building floor of 180,000 m2. The school library has a collection of 700,000 books and 1100 categories of periodicals either in Chinese or foreign languages. Subordinate to WMC are 6 institutes, one experimental animal center, two directly affiliated hospitals with around 2000 beds,15 centers of Laboratory, among them 3 are Key Laboratories of Ministerial level.

Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, CAS, China

The Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health (GIBH) is a young scientific institute established in 2003 by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in partnership with the City of Guangzhou and Guangdong Province. Our mission at GIBH is to serve the citizens of China and the world by integrating the biological and chemical sciences for the improvement of human health.

GIBH is located in a newly constructed campus in the Science Park. It comprises five buildings, each containing state-of-the-art, fully equipped research laboratories. Our institute employs approximately 400 staff members and mentors about 250 students. In addition to championing basic science and academic exploration, a primary objective for us is drug discovery research and the advancement of new therapeutics into clinical trials.

Guangdong Pharmaceutical University, China

Guangdong Pharmaceutical University is a public university based in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, which offers courses in pharmaceutical sciences. The university was established in 1958 as the Guangdong provincial health department’s advanced studies college. In 1978, with the approval from the Chinese central government, the college became the Guangdong Medical College which offered undergraduate courses. In 1994, the university was restructured as Guangdong Pharmaceutical University which offered undergraduate programmes in pharmacy.

Santa Maria Design House (SMDH), Brazil

Santa Maria Design House (SMDH) officially began activities in July 2009 with a pilot project for the development, manufacturing, and testing of an application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) requested by INPE (National Institute for Space Research).

Since April 2008 SMDH was performing tasks related to codification, verification and digital flow in partnership with the group of companies working on the Digital TV project.

The University Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

The University Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago supports the teaching, research and service mission of the university.  It serves an urban campus of more than 29,000 students and 15,000 faculty and staff as well as the Chicago metropolitan area and the State of Illinois.

The Library has 2.3 million volumes and 61,000 journal titles, most of which are available online.


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