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skin;microbiome;health index;eczema

Scientists Use Skin's Microbiome to Develop Health Index for Children with Eczema[Aug 22, 2019]

Microbiomes aren't just for understanding and modulating gut health - skin, our largest organ, hosts a vibrant and complex microbiome that can provide health insights. An international research team has developed an index to better understand skin health across human populations.

water availability;carbon cycle;climate warming

Water Availability Determines Carbon Uptake under Climate Warming: Study[Aug 22, 2019]

A research group led by Dr. NIU Shuli from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research found that water availability in soil determines the direction of carbon-climate feedback. The research team drew the conclusion primarily based on a field manipulation experiment in an alpine meadow on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau.

energetic spin-polarized electron beam;LWFA;polarized electron beam;spin-polarized particle beam;electron beam

Novel All-optical Approach to Generate Energetic Spin-polarized Electron Beam[Aug 19, 2019]

Researchers from Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and international collaborators, has proposed an all-optical approach to obtain energetic polarized electron beam based on LWFA driven by a vortex laser beam (also known as vortex laser) and verified the feasibility via full three dimension (3D) particle-in-cell simulations incorporating spin dynamics.

quantum behavior;electron;laser

Scientists Demonstrate Quantum Behavior of Relativistic Electrons in Strong Laser Field[Aug 22, 2019]

A research team from the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics proposed a cross-collision scheme to demonstrate the quantum behavior of high energy electrons. The study mainly focused to identify the QED feature for relativistic electrons moving in extremely strong laser fields that can be captured in possible experiments.

UAV;EOD robot;collaboration

UAV Helps EOD Robot Work More Efficiently[Aug 21, 2019]

In order to improve the working efficiency and capability of the explosive ordnance disposal robot, recently, a research team led by Ting WANG at Shenyang Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences proposed a target tracking method for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) that can be used in air-ground system, under which an UAV and an EOD robot can work collaboratively.

skull;brain evolution;monkey;ape

20-Million-Year-Old Skull Suggests Complex Brain Evolution in Monkeys, Apes[Aug 22, 2019]

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the American Museum of Natural History, and the University of California Santa Barbara, suggests that the brain enlarged repeatedly and independently over the course of anthropoid history, and was more complex in some early members of the group than previously recognized.

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