Chinese researchers have found that several dietary components can reduce the cadmium solubility in the intestinal system. The researchers from the South China Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences constructed an invitro gastrointestinal model to assess the influence of 39 dietary components on cadmium bioaccessibility in water or rice.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) opened an online scientific literature sharing platform for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) studies. The COVID-19 Pneumonia Scientific Literature Sharing Platform of CAS collects the published study papers about COVID-19 written by the CAS researchers or in its journals, according to the academy's website.
Researchers from China and the UK have developed a novel deep learning method for autonomous mobile manipulators in unstructured environments, which could facilitate the autonomous operation of underwater robots. Compared with traditional industrial robots in manufacturing, it is more challenging for an autonomous robot to work safely in dynamic and unstructured environments, such as vast space, open land and the deep sea.
Chinese scientists appeals that it will be important to quantify the extinction risk for species in the Yangtze Basin in the coming years and anticipate the disproportionate effects on biodiversity that could result from the loss of groups with a longer evolutionary history, fewer system branches, and fewer species.
China's first self-developed carbon ion therapy facility has been put into clinical use for cancer patients, according to its developers. The medical facility was co-developed by the Institute of Modern Physics under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and a subsidiary company. It was approved by China's National Medical Products Administration in September 2019.
Beginning in late March, some residents in South Korea have received such calls not from human beings, but from an artificial intelligence-enabled system.
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