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Birds Show Fruit Color Pecking Order
Asian-Birds-Show-Pecking-Order-For-Fruit-Color.jpg A study published in Scientific Reports shows that tropical Asian birds seem to favor red and black fruits, suggesting that fruit color evolution is partially influenced by bird preferences. Red and black are the most common colors for fleshy fruits distributed by birds, leading to the hypothesis that plants produce fruits in those col...
China Plans Super Collider
1.jpg For decades, Europe and the United States have led the way when it comes to high-energy particle colliders. But a proposal by China that is quietly gathering momentum has raised the possibility that the country could soon position itself at the forefront of particle physics.
Pandas Search High and Low to Get Their Fill of Different Bamboos
Pandas may have been unfairly maligned over their seemingly futile devotion to bamboo. Research has found that the animals switch between species of the plant to reproduce. A six-year study has found that pandas migrate relatively long distances to eat different parts of two bamboo species – arrow bamboo and wood bamboo – to maintain...
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Application of Exogenous ABA Enhances Seed Storage Filling of Castor Bean
Enhanced Thermo-oxidative Aging Resistance of EPDM at High Temperature by Using Synergistic Antioxidants
Human-robot Technology Takes Quantum Leap
Functional Analysis Reveals Miocene Fossil Pig’s Foraging Behavior
A Fast Exact Filtering Approach to a Family of Affine Projection-type Algorithms Proposed to Achieve Complexity Reduction
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Professors Earn Highly Cited Researchers Distinction
IMHE Signs MoU with University of the Punjab
ICCES 2014 International Training Workshop Held in Beijing
QIBEBT and AL Signs Phase-II Contract on Biomass Oxygen Enriched Gasification
Chinese Science Journal Signs Deal with US-based Cell Press
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7th National Symposium on Ethnobotany and 6th Asia-Pacific Forum on Ethnobotany
First Sino–Canada Workshop on Biomass Transformation and Commercial Opportunities
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China to Launch Satellite for Venezuela
XxjpsgC000573_20120929_TPPFN1A001.jpg The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has signed an agreement with Venezuela for in-orbit delivery of a second remote sensing satellite for the country, the company said on Tuesday. CASC subsidiary Great Wall Industry Corporation will be the major contractor of the project, the corporation said.
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The rampant trade of ivory in Asia is driving African elephants towards extinction. With the largest population in the world, China is also known to be the biggest market for ivory trade. For more insights on this topic we are joined by Ms. Xie Yan, Founder of Protected Area Friendly System, from Institute of Zoology of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Address by H.E. LI Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Global Research Council
The 17th General Assembly of the Members of CAS
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