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Chinese Researchers Develop A General Route for Synthesis Carbon Encapsulated Nanomaterials[Jan 18, 2019]

Recently, carbon encapsulated nanomaterials have triggered tremendous efforts due to their outstanding performance in thermocatalytic or electrochemical catalytic reactions. Chinese researchers revealed the reason for forming M/MCx/MOy@C in LAL technology through studies led by LIANG Changhao of Institute of Solid Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science.

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Researchers Probe the Kinetics of Phase Transition of Amorphous Se by Newly Developed System[Jan 18, 2019]

Chinese researchers from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science realized analysis of metastable nanoparticles and probed the kinetics of phase transition of amorphous Se in different solvents on a platform. They used in-situ dynamic spectrum system to newly developed the platform on their own for the research.


Researchers Develop Artificial Targeting Strategy to Help Identify T-Cells[Jan 18, 2019]

A research team led by Prof. CAI Lintao at the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology developed a "universal T-cell targeting strategy" based on bio orthogonal chemistry and glycol-metabolic engineering to enhance recognition and cytotoxicity of T-cell in tumor immunotherapy.

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"Fire-Resistant Xuan Paper": Lasts for 3000 Years[Jan 18, 2019]

A team from Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a new kind of "fire-resistant Xuan paper" based on ultralong hydroxyapatite nanowires. The unique integral structure of the "fire-resistant Xuan paper" with excellent mechanical properties and high flexibility was designed to be similar to the reinforced concrete structure in tall buildings.

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Researchers Unveil Transfer and Fate of Microplastics in Wastewater Treatment Plant[Jan 18, 2019]

Microplastics (MPs) are described as plastic particles smaller than five millimeters in size, which might pose serious threat on the aquatic organisms due to its slow degradation and small size. The Ecology Pollution Group in Wuhan Botanical Garden investigated the transfer and fate of MPs in one wastewater treatment plant of Wuhan City, the central of China.

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Scientists Generate High-quality Human Vascular Cells Through Genome Editing Technology[Jan 18, 2019]

Scientists from the Institute of Biophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Peking University and the Institute of Zoology of CAS have generated the world's first genetically enhanced human vascular cells by targeting a single longevity gene, FOXO3. The findings prove the feasibility of using gene-editing strategies to obtain high-quality, safe human vascular cell grafts and make it possible to scale up and standardize the generation of such cells for therapeutic use.


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