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WANG Yifang Wins 2019 Future Science Prize in Physical Science

Prof. WANG Yifang, director of China's Institute of High Energy Physics and a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Prof. Kam-Biu Luk, a physicist from the University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, won the Future Science Prize in physical sciences for their experimental discovery of a new type of neutrino oscillation. The award ceremony was held in Beijing on Nov. 17.

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WANG Yifang Wins 2019 Future Science Prize in Physical Science

Prof. Wang Yifang, director of China's Institute of High Energy Physics and a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Prof. Kam-Biu Luk, a physicist from the University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, won the Future Science Prize in physical sciences for their experimental discovery of a new type of neutrino oscillation. The award ceremony was held in Beijing on Nov. 17.

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  • Researchers Develop Electrolyte with Stable Cycling Life

    Chinese researchers have developed a new type of electrolyte to provide stable power cycling retention of batteries, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on Tuesday. The results suggested the potential of the batteries for high-performance flexible energy storage applications.

  • China Launches Big Earth Data System

    A big Earth data system was launched at the 1st China Digital Earth Conference that opened Monday in Beijing. The system initiated by Chinese scientists can provide global users with uniquely identifiable and standardized big Earth data. 

  • Denture Materials with Less Abrasion Developed

    Scientists have developed denture composites that can coexist harmoniously with human teeth by combining exceptional elasticity and hardness. The available synthetic dental materials in zirconia ceramics have a hardness that is 20 times higher than human tooth dentin and accelerate the abrasion of the neighboring and opposite tooth. They generally demonstrate relatively poor damage tolerance.

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