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Plant Fossil Archives Implicate Climate Change in Tibet's Southeastern Margin[Jun 25, 2018]

Researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden and their collaborators used radiometrically dated plant fossil assemblages to seek uplift, climate and biotic changes at the Eocene-Oligocene transition in southeast Tibet. They got their research result published in National Science Review.


Chinese Researchers Achieve Highly Sensitive and Selective Alcohol Gas Sensor[Jun 25, 2018]

A chinese study team led by LI Minqiang with Institute of Intelligent Machines, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science prepared comparetively highly sensitive and selective alcohol gas sensors.

Mg isotope;mineral;solution

Scientists Explain Discrepancies of Mg Isotope Fractionation between Minerals and Solutions[Jun 22, 2018]

A research team led by Prof. LIU Yun from the Institute of Geochemistry used volume variable cluster model (VVCM), a newly designed method, to investigate equilibrium Mg isotope fractionations between Mg-bearing minerals and solutions. The study provides a base to understand the accumulating Mg isotope data.


Rapid and Efficient Oil-Water Separation Achieved by Newly-developed Particles[Jun 22, 2018]

Recently, researchers from the Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry have developed an emulsion interfacial polymerization approach to synthesize anisotropic Janus particles with controllable topological and chemical anisotropy. This method can also be expanded to large-area fabrication of two-dimensional Janus film actuators.

sound;silencer;sound absorber

Clues to Design Sound Absorbers for Noise Reduction in Intense Sound Environments[Jun 22, 2018]

Researcher PENG Feng from the Institute of Acoustics proposed a semi-empirical model to predict the sound absorption of an acoustical absorber consisting of a porous material with a perforated facing at high sound pressure levels. The developed model and proposed guidelines have potential values in designing this type of absorber in intense sound environments.

GPCR;rhodopsin;Gi;cryo-electron microscopy; signal transduction

Scientists Make a Major Breakthrough in Signal Transduction of GPCR[Jun 22, 2018]

Using cryo-electron microscopy, a joint research group led by Dr. H. Eric XU, a professor from Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica.has determined the structure of a molecular complex that is responsible for regulating vital physiological function.


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