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April 12, 2024

MEBO Chairman Kevin Visits University of Chicago


On April 10th, Kevin Xu, Chairman of MEBO International, visited the University of Chicago upon invitation, signifying a deeper engagement between the two institutions. This visit aimed to further solidify long-standing partnerships and to strategically outline future collaborative projects.

During his visit, Chairman Xu met with Ethan Bueno, Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy, and Rena Dascal, Associate Dean. Together, they discussed the broad scope of their collaboration, with a special focus on deepening ties with scholars from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) region and advancing joint research initiatives. This visit marks a significant step in fostering enhanced academic and research cooperation between MEBO International and the University of Chicago.



About MEBO

Founded in 1987 by Professor Rongxiang Xu, a distinguished Chinese life scientist, Mebo Group is a multinational headquartered in both China and the USA. It integrates research, development, and sales across the pharmaceuticals, medical devices, health foods, and cosmetics sectors.

At its core, Mebo focuses on regenerative life sciences, innovating with over 100 patents and more than ten joint research bases to enhance and enable the body's own regenerative abilities.

As a leader in regenerative life science, Mebo's extensive research facilities and products impact over 100 countries globally, pioneering new frontiers in the regenerative life world.


About The Kevin Xu Initiative(KXI)

Founded in 2018 at the University of Chicago, the Kevin Xu Initiative (KXI) is dedicated to establishing an innovative ecosystem to deal with global challenges, especially in science, technology and social development.

Through cooperation with world-renowned universities, KXI supports policy research in the intersection of science, technology and social development, and works with public and non-profit organizations to nurture the next generation of global science leaders.


About EquiTech Futures

In collaboration with Oxford University, Cambridge University, Caltech and the Aspen Institute, KXI launched the EquiTech Futures program at Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), helping aspiring innovators to use emerging science and technology tools to tackle the most pressing problems facing the world.