Yin Meizhen, graduated with the Polymer Chemical major in 1994. She is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. In 2016, he won the 13th China Young Women Scientist Award; 1994-1996, Assistant Engineer at Quality Inspection Department, Beijing No. 4 Pharmaceutical Factory; 1996-1999, Master of Polymer Materials, School of Materials, Beijing University of Chemical Technology; 1999-2000, Beijing Institute of Chemical Industry, Polyolefin Center, Engineer; 2001-2004, Ph.D., Department of Organic Chemistry, Dresden University of Technology, Germany; 2005-2008, German Polymer Max Planck, postdoctoral; 2009-present, Professor of Materials Science, Beijing University of Chemical Technology. Professor Yin Meijun has long been engaged in the construction and biological application of fluorescent nanomaterials, and has invented a variety of specific fluorescent molecular probes and novel fluorescent anticancer drugs. Her research work is forward-looking, leading the intersection of nanomaterials and agriculture and biomedicine, driving the development of fluorescent labeling and anti-tumor research, and pioneering the establishment of a new technology platform for nano-material carriers for agricultural pest control. It helps to avoid excessive use of chemical pesticides and has broad application prospects.