Date：26th October, 2017
Source: College of Chemistry and Materials Science, Shenzhen Tourism College
Publisher: News center
Prof. Chen Tianfeng's team of College of Chemistry and Materials Science, JNU, published two papers continuously in Advanced Functional Materials (Impact factor 12.124), one of which was a cover article. The first authors of the two papers were doctoral students Wei Huang and Yuanyuan You.
Huang's study demonstrates a facile and high-yield synthesis strategy of Te nanorods (PTW-TeNRs) decorated by polysaccharide–protein complex, which can achieve simultaneous chemo-photothermal combination therapy against cancers.
Nanorod-based drug delivery systems have attracted great interest because of their enhanced cell internalization capacity and improved drug loading property. You’s study provides an effective and safe strategy for designing chemotherapeutic agents for precise cancer therapy.
(Te nanorods in chemo-photothermal combination therapy against cancers)
Shenzhen Teacher publishes paper on Tourism Management
Lin Dan, a teacher in JNU’s Shenzhen Tourism College, has published a paper as the first author in Tourism Management， an authoritative international journal of tourism research with the impact factor of 4.707 during 2016-2017.
This paper, titled Structuralized internetwork collaboration: Public participation in tourism planning in Southern China (DOI No：10.1016/j.tourman.2017.06.024), takes the scenic Dapeng Peninsula area in eastern of Shenzhen City as an example to apply qualitative research strategy to study the concrete process of the compiling and implementing of the tourist scenic spots.
(Structuralized internetwork collaboration)
(Structuralized inter-network collaboration)
Shenzhen Tourism College publishes academic paper in Journal of Travel Research
Yi Xiaoli and Jin Wenmin, teachers in the Department of Hotel Management JNU's Shenzhen Tourism College, have published a paper in JTR--Journal of Travel Research as ead author and the third author, respectively. Publication of the paper, titled The Authenticity of Heritage Sites, Tourists’Quest for Existential Authenticity, and Destination Loyalty, means the college has reached a new in level international tourism journals.
Based on classic Existentialist theories, the paper elaborates their esoteric and abstract concepts into clear, concrete ones. It divides Meta authenticity into two types -- inherent and interpersonal --- and explores the possibility of cultural heritage authenticity on tourists' inherent authenticity and the effects of authenticity on tourists' impressions of the scenic spots.
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