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    WUSCHEL proteins resist the viral invasion by inhibiting the protein assembly line of the plant stem cell. (Image by CHEN Lei and LIANG Yan)
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    [2020-11-02] A total of 80 alumni enterprises participated in the fair, providing more than 2,000 jobs for all 2021 graduates.
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    [2020-10-29] Both quantity and quality of admission hit a record high.
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