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China Powers up

Huge investments and cutting-edge research are helping China to pioneer innovations in clean energy technologies. An energy revolution is in full swing an hour's drive from the centre of Dalian, a sprawling city in north-east China. Inside a pristine new factory on an isolated industrial estate, the world's biggest battery is taking shape. This project is one of about 30 battery installations being built across China by Rongke Power, a spin out of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics.

Research News

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    Mar 20, 2018

    Scientists Explore the Mechanisms Underlying Global Environmental C...

    Cooperating with Prof. LIN Jiang from Georgia Institute of Technology, Dr. XU Zhuwen and her colleagues from Soil Chemistry research group from Institute of Applied Ecology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences explored the relative importance of direct and indirect environmental change effects on plant primary productivity based on a long-term experiment that increased growing season precipitation and nitrogen deposition in a temperate steppe.

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    Mar 20, 2018

    Novel Black Phosphorus Incorporated Hydrogel Developed for Postsurg...

    Prof. YU Xuefeng, together with Prof. WANG Huaiyu and other colleagues from Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, made new progress in the photothermal platform based on black phosphorus (BP) incorporated hydrogel for postsurgical treatment of cancer.

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    Mar 19, 2018

    Compact Fiber Optic Sensor Offers Sensitive Analysis in Narrow Spaces

    Researchers have developed a new flexible sensor with high sensitivity that is designed to perform variety of chemical and biological analyses in very small spaces. The sensor's small size means that it could potentially be used inside blood vessels. With additional development, the sensor might be used to detect specific chemicals, DNA molecules or viruses.

Multimedia News

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World's First Cloned Monkeys Turn Three Month...

The first primate clones made by somatic cell nuclear transfer are two genetically tailed macaques born recently at the Institute of Neuroscience of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai.


China Gets Some Insight into Outerspace

China's first Hard X-Ray Modulation Telescope, Insight, is now being used by the National Space Administration and State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry.

Chinese Scientists First Clone Monkeys with S...

A report out today by the scientific journal Cell says China has successfully cloned two macaques from somatic cells with the same method used to clone Dolly the Sheep in 1990s.

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