TusStar-Newcastle :We are settling in the community

Post Time:2018-10-20

TusStar made its presence at Newcastle, the first incubation base in the UK. The United Kingdom became the seventh country in the world after the TusStar Incubation Network in Italy, the United States, Canada, Malaysia, Thailand and Egypt.

TusStar (Newcastle) is settling in the local community. Along with the Tsinghua alumni centre in the UK, the Trinity College of Cambridge University, and the industrial group in the TUS UK Science Park, Imperial College of Science and Technology also reached a preliminary cooperation intention with TusStar in the transfer of scientific and technological achievements and investment in incubation.

Establishing TusStar-Newcastle

On October 22nd, Zhang Jinsheng, Chairman of TusStar, and Ma Wei, Vice President of Shenzhen Graduate School of Tsinghua University, visited Imperial College of Science and Technology, and Margaret Dallman, Associate Dean of Imperial College, Professor of Immunology, Associate Dean, Electronic Physics Professor Neil McN Alford, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor Nilay Shah and Associate Professor Chen Rongjun exchanged in depth. Han Wei, co-director of Tus-Holdings, deputy general manager of TusStar, Liu Bo, general manager of TusStar Venture Capital, Gao Yuxia, director of TusStar Incubator, and Wang Fei, deputy general manager of TusStar Venture Capital, also participated in the exchange. .

In the future, under the support of TUS UK Science Park, TusStar (UK) will bring the “British Power” in innovation and entrepreneurship to the “Innovative High-speed Rail” of TusStar, and serve the Tsinghua alumni in the UK . Entrepreneur in the TusStar Incubation Network to connect with UK innovation resources.

Meeting at Imperial College of Technology