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  • WMU Students Shine at the 3rdZhejiang College Students’ “Internet Plus” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition
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    Winning teams posed for a photo

    On June 28th, the final of the “China Construction Bank (CCB) Cup”-3rdZhejiang College Students’“Internet Plus” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competitionwas staged at Hangzhou Dianzi University. After fierce competition, teams from Wenzhou Medical University (WMU) won 11 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 1 bronze medal (including 1 gold medal and 1 silver medal taken away by teams from the Renji College, WMU). WMU has made a major breakthrough in the competition as it ranks the third in the Province by the number of gold medals. 

    Besides a specialCategory for programs submitted by international students, programs participating in the competition with the theme of “Building Forces for Innovation and Entrepreneurshipin the Era of ‘Internet Plus’”were divided, by developmental stage and investment received, into four Categories of Creativity Category, Beginner Category, Growth Category and Start-up Category. The entry of the Clarus Eye Center Program originated by students from the School of Ophthalmology & Optometry and the School of Biochemical Engineering, WMU won the gold medal in the Growth Category. Two entries submitted by students from the School of Pharmacy, WMU including the Yikang Cell Transplanting Technology Program got two gold medals in the Beginner Category. Seven entries submitted by students from the Second School of Clinical Medicine, WMU including the Program of “EGFL6-the New Power Enhancing Bone Restoration” won gold medals in the Creativity Category. The entry of TADIS Gaming in the International Students’ Category submitted by students from the School of International Studies, WMU got a gold medal. 


    Chen Hang, Director of the Clarus Eye Center Program, gave an award-winning speech

    It is particularlyworth mentioning that the gold medal winning “Clarus Eye Center” program got one of the only four“GoldenKeys” to the Dream Town in Hangzhou. The ClarusEye Center is dedicated to the treatment of weak eyesight, ranging from identification to cure. The Center has so far established 9 comprehensive ophthalmic test centers and 19 training centers, and has built up eye health files for more than 100,000 people. In addition, the Center has developed two patented devices for amblyopiatreatment. The Center leadership includes a vice president froma top venture capitalin China, aprofessional manager with more than 20 years of working experience. With its revenue in 2016 amounted to around 8.7 million yuan, the company has received its first significant round of venture capital financing. 

    It is understood that the competition consisting of a preliminary and a final received the 23 thousand participations of students from 100 institutions of higher learning in Zhejiang Province who submitted a total of 4488 programs for competition. Since its launch, the competition had been widely publicized and well organized at WMU. WMU enlisted the excellent entries for the competition from more than 40 candidate programs emerging through the “Internet Plus” Series of Competition on the Campus, the Entrepreneurship Park Program selection process and recommendations of Schools and Colleges. Meanwhile, activities including series of lectures on “Internet Plus” programs, specific training and one-on-one guidance were held to facilitate the preparation. Leadership and faculty of the relevant schools and colleges went out of their ways to help the students who spared no efforts in the competition. On the scene of the final competition, Vice President Cao Jianming expressed his greetings to the students and teachers and gave his advice and guidance after thoroughly asking about programdetails.

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