The Biophysical Society of China (BSC) has launched its mini-program, BSC Club, on WeChat, the most popular messaging and calling app in China, to provide its members with the latest event information.
Scan the QR code to enter the BSC Club
Since the mini-program’s launch, the BSC has organized two events through it, a short video solicitation and a science popularization live streaming activity, which will be held on Bilibili, a video sharing website themed around anime, manga, and game fandom based in China.
The short video collection is open to all members, and calls on scientific and technological workers to share their experience and scientific stories, enabling more young people to learn about scientists and to promote the scientific spirit.
The live streaming on Bilibili targets BSC members who are engaged in allergy research. It will explain allergy-related questions to help the public better know about allergic diseases on the upcoming World Allergy Day, July 8.
The BSC Club mini-program will also offer academic exchanges, scientific communication and member activities, creating an online exchange platform for Chinese and foreign members.
Tag: Biophysical Society of China, Science Communication