A team from Nanchang University won an international college students’ innovation and entrepreneurship competition on Friday night.
The finals of the seventh China International College Students’ Internet Plus Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition was held at Nanchang University in Jiangxi province.
The team focused on industrial use of phosphor-free light emitting chip on silicon substrate. The team scored 1,380 points out of a possible 1,500.
A team from Beihang University was the runner-up with 1,350 points. And four teams, namely, Stanford University, Zhejiang University, Oxford University, and Columbia University won third place.
The competition, held annually since 2015, saw 9.56 million students from 121 countries and regions signing up this year, the Ministry of Education said.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, teams from the Chinese mainland attended the national final in Jiangxi, while international teams and those from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan participated via video link.
The finals for the eighth competition will be held at Chongqing University next year.
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