A joint venture with an aim to independently develop, manufacture and sell integrated and cost-competitive helium cryogenic systems and offer related services, was set up on Science Island, Hefei on January 8 by Hefei Institutes of Physical science (or HFIPS) and Air Liquide Advanced Technologies (ALAT).View More
A research group led by Prof. HAN Keli from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics revealed the luminescence enhancement mechanism of a series of new lead-free quadruple halide perovskite nanocrystals, and prepared high-performance photodetectors.
During an expedition to Yinmabin District, Sagaing Region, Myanmar in July 2020, researchers from Monya University of Myanmar and the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) collected an <i>Artabotrys</i> specimen with broad, ovate outer petals. After a thorough examination of its morphology and comparison with protologues and actual and digitized type specimens from across Myanmar and neighboring countries, the researchers discovered that this specimen does not match any known <i>Artabotrys</i> species and confirmed it new to science.
Prof. WANG Kelin's research group from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture found that eco-engineering is the main cause for vegetation increase in karst areas in southwest China.
A research team led by Prof. WEN Ke and Prof. YANG Hui at the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute (SARI), collaborating with Prof. ZHANG Yuebiao at ShanghaiTech University, reported a novel photoactive 2D COF from donor pyrene (Py) and acceptor Tz building units, which enabled remarkable photogenerated charge separation and efficient charge migration.
China has collected around 100PB (about 100 million GB) of Earth observation data, according to the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The collected data resources have been used for both free and commercial usage to serve more than 300,000 users, inducing significant social and economic benefits, according to a recent report on China's Earth observation data resources development.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering on Tuesday jointly revealed the top 10 news stories of scientific and technological progress in China and in the world in 2020. The top 10 news stories were voted by academicians of the two academies. The annual activity is in its 27th year.
China published its Regulations on the Management of Lunar Samples on Monday, aiming to improve scientific research and international cooperation. The regulations were developed by the China National Space Administration and have nine chapters and 37 clauses. They govern the storage, management and use of lunar samples brought back by the country's Chang'e 5 mission.
2020 International Workshop on Key Technologies and Applications of Advanced Robots
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