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Higgs boson;top quark;Yukama coupling

ATLAS and CMS Experiments Show New Property of Higgs Boson[Jun 20, 2018]

New results from the ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider revealed how strongly the Higgs boson interacts with the heaviest known elementary particle, the top quark. Researchers from University and Science and Technology of China of Chinese Academy of Sciences contributed an important part to the results.

camouflage tricks;animal;plant

Plants Use Same Camouflage Tricks as Animals: Study[Jun 22, 2018]

Researchers from Kunming Institute of Botany found animals were not the only masters of disguise, as a new study showed plants could use the same tricks as animals to camouflage themselves. They compared the camouflage strategies used by plants and animals and found plants use a series of techniques that were thought to be unique to animals.

methyladenosine;RNA;cerebellar development;METTL3

Scientists Find a New Function of RNA Modification in Regulating Cerebellar Development[Jun 21, 2018]

Research teams led by Prof. WANG Xiujie at Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, together with Prof. YANG Yungui at Beijing Institute of Genomics, and Prof. ZHOU Qi at Institute of Zoology, collaborated to find a new function of m6A-modification in regulating cerebellar development.

tyrannosaurus rex;dinosaur;hyoid bone;fossil;tongue

T. Rex Couldn't Stick out Its Tongue, New Research Shows[Jun 21, 2018]

Researchers from The University of Texas at Austin and the Chinese Academy of Sciences made the discovery by comparing the hyoid bones-the bones that support and ground the tongue-of modern birds and crocodiles with those of their extinct dinosaur relatives. In addition to challenging depictions of dino tongues, the research proposes a connection on the origin of flight and an increase in tongue diversity and mobility.

sound source;localization;shallow water;DNN;TDNN

Novel Method Using Deep Neural Network to Locate Source in Shallow Water[Jun 21, 2018]

Aimed to reduce dependence on environmental information, researchers from the Institute of Acoustics applied deep neural networks and proposed a novel method to source localization in shallow water. Researchers evaluated the method under both the simulated and real environments.

fluorooxoborates;UV NLO;SBBO;second harmonic generation;SHG

Researchers Design First Lead/Tin Fluorooxoborates with Widely Divergent Second Harmonic Generation Effects[Jun 21, 2018]

The research group led by Prof. YE Ning at Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of Chinese Academy of Sciences designed the first lead/tin fluorooxoborates using the nonlinear optical crystal SBBO as a parent model. This study revealed two promising UV NLO materials as well as the mechanism of stereochemically active lone-pair cations' contribution to hyperpolarizability.

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