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Scientists Obtain Clinical Trial Approval of Recombinant Chicken α-interferon Biological Products[Nov 16, 2017]

On September 30, 2017, Prof. LIU Wenjun's lab at the Institute of Microbiology of Chinese Academy of Sciences made a joint declaration with Qingdao Vland Biological Products Co., Ltd., Qingdao National Animal Protection Engineering Technology Research Center Co., Ltd., etc., and have received the clinical approval. The clinical preparation was that the recombinant plasmid of chicken α-interferon gene was expressed by fermentation into Escherichia coli, and the recombinant protein was taken by drinking water, which had good clinical effect on the prevention and treatment of H9 subtype avian influenza infection.

LAMOST;RR Lyae variables;slim Milky Way;Milky Way

LAMOST RR Lyae Variables Reveal a Slim Milky Way[Nov 17, 2017]

The Milky Way is slim, which is proved again by LAMOST “RR Lyae variables”, for about 400 billion suns’ mass within 160,000 light years. The research team led by ZHAO Gang at National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC) constrained the circular velocity curve of the Milky Way, and ultimately, found an enclosed mass within 160,000 light years of 400 billion suns’ worth, which favored the slim Milky Way in previous studies.

beam power;CSNS;

CSNS Beam Power Meets Goal of Acceptance[Nov 16, 2017]

On November 9, 2017, an average beam power of 10 kW was achieved at the China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) when a proton beam with a repetition rate of 25 Hz collided on the tungsten target. This means the average beam power has met the acceptance goal of the CSNS project, marking another major step forward after the first beam was obtained in late August.

double-layered ruthenates;mott phase transition;lattice-orbital coupling (LOC);lattice

SHMFF Users Manage to Control Lattice-Orbital Coupling of Mott Phase Transition in Double-layered Ruthenates[Nov 16, 2017]

Using the Steady High Magnet Field Facility (SHMFF) at High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CHMFL), a research group in Nanjing University manages to control the lattice-orbital coupling of the Mott phase transition in double-layered Ruthenates.

desert plant;plantation;organic carbon;SOC;sequestration;

Scientists Reveal the Relationship between Desert Plant on Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration[Nov 16, 2017]

Recently, a research group from the Naiman Desertification Research Station, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, together with colleagues from Gansu Desert Control Research Institute, examined the effects of Caragana microphylla plantations with different ages on organic carbon sequestration in total and labile soil organic carbon fractions in the Horqin Sandy Land.

Ali observatory;brightness measuring meter;near-infrared;Ali

First Near-infrared Sky Brightness Measuring Meter Established in Ali Observatory, Tibet, and Give Birth to First Set of Data[Nov 16, 2017]

The near-infrared sky brightness measuring meter, covering the infrared band, was established successfully in Ali, Tibet, with the joint efforts by the National Key Laboratory of Nuclear Detection and Nuclear Electronics of the Department of Modern Physics and the Department of Astronomy of University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), as well as the Polar research Institute of China. It has measured the sky brightness at a near-infrared wavelength of JHKs round the observatory in summer, which is also the first set of data of the observatory.

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