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flexibility;graphene;integrated micro‐supercapacitors;performance uniformity;scalable fabrication

Scientists Develop One-Step Scalable Fabrication of Graphene Integrated Micro-Supercapacitors[Oct 21, 2019]

A research group led by WU Zhongshuai, in collaboration with WU Ren’an and BAO Xinhe from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, developed one-step scalable fabrication of graphene integrated micro-supercapacitors through laser scribing commercial polyimide membrane.

laser damage;coating;pulse length

The 1064nm High-reflective Coatings Perform the Best in 2019 International Laser Damage Competition[Oct 21, 2019]

In the annual conference of International Laser Damage Competition, the multilayer dielectric high-reflective coating developed by Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, achieved the best results, another achievement after winning the 2018 competition.

solid-state lighting; lead halide hybrids; photoluminescence; heterometallic; Mn2+; two dimensional materials

Researchers Develop Pb-Mn Heterometallic Halide Hybrid with Enhanced Emission[Oct 18, 2019]

A research group led by Prof. LUO Junhua from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter developed an unprecedented two dimensional (2D) Pb-Mn heterometallic halide hybrid through a precisely tailored synthetic approach. This study opens up a new route towards superior light emitters via sensitization in rationally designed heterometallic halide hybrids.

flash drought;humid region;climate change

Future Flash Drought to Increase over Humid Regions[Oct 21, 2019]

Scientists found a significant increasing trend of flash drought frequency over China during 1961-2005, with clear 77% footprint from anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Anthropogenic climate change has changed the traditional arid areas, and more attention should be paid to deal with the flash drought risks in humid and semi-humid areas.

tree community;assembly;dispersal;forest;Yunnan

Dispersal Is Dominant Mechanism Underlying Assembly at Community Level[Oct 17, 2019]

In a recent study, researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) found that the tree communities are assembled mainly by dispersal process at community level. The relative importance of ecological processes for species distribution varied across life stages at species level, suggesting that there is ontogenetic shift of ecological processes in shaping tree distribution.

perceptual decision making;multisensory integration;probabilistic population code;vestibular;optic flow;self-motion perception

Neural Correlates of Optimal Multisensory Decision Making[Oct 09, 2019]

A recent study published provides new insights into the neural mechanisms underlying optimal multisensory decision making. This work was performed by researchers in Dr. GU Yong’s lab at the Center for Excellence in Brain Science and Intelligence Technology, Institute of Neuroscience, State Key Laboratory of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Prof. Alexandre POUGET from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, provided new insights into the neural mechanisms underlying optimal multisensory decision making.

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