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  206 Towards Excellence in Science
  210 InBrief
  217 Closer for Better Future
  221 CAS Convenes 17th General Assembly in Beijing
  224 GRC 2014 Summit Convenes in Beijing
  226 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
  228 Statement of Principles and Actions for Shaping the Future - Supporting the Next Generation of Researchers
  230 Chinese Academy of Sciences Policy Statement on Open Access to Articles from Publicly Funded Scientific Research Projects
  231 Setting Up an Objective and Effective Evaluation System at CAS
  235 In Search of Exotic Particles
  239 New Charged Charmonium-like States Observed at BESIII
  241 Structures of Human P2Y12 Receptor Key to Next Generation of Antithrombotic Drugs
  243 Sexually Dimorphic Tridimensionally Preserved Pterosaurs and Their Eggs
  246 Promising New Catalyst for Activation and Conversion of Methane Developed at DICP
  247 Space Scientists Reveal Super Solar Particle Event in History
  248 CAS Scientists Reveal the Genetic Basis of Drug Resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  249 Receptor-Recognition Mechanism of the Newly Emergent Coronavirus MERS-CoV Determined
  250 New Insights into the Major Drug Target of H7N9 Human Infecting Influenza Virus
  251 Protein Dynamical Structure Revealed by Temperature-jump Timeresolved Infrared Spectroscopy
  252 Novel Mechanism for Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus Mediated Oncogenesis
  253 Novel Mechanism Identified for Establishment of Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus Latency
  255 Structure-Based Anti-Inflammatory Drug Discovery Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of VSP-22 as a New, Safe and Highly Potent GR Agonist
  256 Of Monkeys and Men New Insights into Using Chinese Rhesus Macaque as a Viable Model of Human Aging
  258 Pollen Sensitivity to Ultraviolet-B Suggests Floral Structure Evolution in Alpine Plants
  259 Largest Silurian Vertebrate Discovered from Yunnan, China
  261 Extinct Tibetan Fox Suggests High Tibet Was Cradle of Evolution for Cold-adapted Mammals
  263 Carbon Trading Schemes Unlikely to Save Forest Biodiversity in China
  264 Monoculture Rubber Plantations Have Negative Effects on Controlling Splash Erosion
  265 Money Talks Neural Substrate of Modulation of Fairness by Monetary Incentives
  267 Chinese Scientists Use Earth Observation Technologies to Study and Protect Wild Camels
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