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flexible battery;carbon material;lithium-ion

Scientists Develop New 2D Carbon Material for Flexible Batteries[Aug 20, 2018]

A research team led by Prof. HUANG Changshui from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology designed and synthesized a new 2D carbon material named fluoride graphdiyne (F-GDY). They designed the chemical structure on the basis of graphdiyne according to the main issues in recent flexible batteries.

carbon cycle;hydrothermal ecosystem;

In-situ Raman Quantitative Method for Dissolved Carbon Dioxide Detection in Hydrothermal Environment Established[Aug 20, 2018]

A research team led by Prof. YAN Jun and Prof. LI Chaolun from the Institute of Oceanology made progress in in-situ Raman spectroscopy quantitative detection of deep-ocean hydrothermal fluid system. They conducted the in-situ quantitative Raman spectroscopy detection of high-temperature hydrothermal fluids in the hydrothermal field in the middle Okinawa Trough.

rice;cold tolerance;gene bZIP73

New Gene Facilitates Adaptation of Japonica Rice to Cold Climates[Aug 17, 2018]

Scientists from Chinese Academy of Sciences recently identified a gene facilitated adaptation of one kind of rice to cold climates. By combining population genetics, evolutional biology, and molecular biology techniques, Prof. CHU Chengcai and colleagues from Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology identified a critical regulatory gene bZIP73 that may have facilitated the northward expansion of japonica rice by improving its cold stress tolerance.

crops;nitrogen;yield;plant

A Way to Get Green Revolution Crops to Be Productive without Needing So Much Nitrogen[Aug 17, 2018]

A team of researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences in China and the University of Oxford in the U.K. has found a way to grow green revolution crops using less nitrogen with no reduction in yield.

climate model;mei-yu rainfall;monsoon

China, UK Scientists Find Coarse Resolution Models Underestimate Future Mei-yu Rainfall[Aug 17, 2018]

China and UK scientists investigated the effect of model resolution on the mei-yu rainfall projection using the Hadley Centre's latest climate model, HadGEM3-GC2. The investigation highlights the needing of high resolution models in future climate change projections.

volcanic eruption;SST;tropical Pacific;ENSO

Volcano Eruptions at Different Latitudes Impact Sea Surface Temperature Differently[Aug 17, 2018]

Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics investigated the different impacts of northern, tropical and southern volcanic eruptions on the tropical Pacific Sea Surface Temperature. The results are useful for the mitigation and adaptation of climate change after volcanic eruptions and the associated socioeconomic impacts.

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