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Scientists Find Impact of Global Oceanic Warming on Winter Eurasian Climate[Aug 14, 2018]

PhD student HAO Xin from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, along with her coauthors, carried out a study focusing on the contribution of global oceanic warming to winter Eurasian climate change, using a series of model simulations. Their results suggest there are warmer winters in Europe and the northern part of East Asia.

quantum weak measurement;Heisenberg limit;Heisenberg-scaling;precision measurement;single photon;Kerr effect;Heisenberg;quantum weak

Highest Accuracy of Heisenberg-scaling Precision Measurement Achieved[Aug 10, 2018]

Recently, researchers from University of Science and Technology of China of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Nanjing University optimized the method of quantum weak measurement, which improves the measurement accuracy of single photon Kerr effect by an order of magnitude, and first approached the optimal Heisenberg limit.

Ficus;fossil;new species;leaf morphology;leaf architecture;karst vegetation

A New Fossil Species of Ficus Found in SW China[Aug 14, 2018]

Researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden discovered fossil leaves of Ficus in the early to middle Miocene strata in Wenshan, Yunnan, southwestern China, which is the core of the southwestern China karst region.

drought;Yellow River basin;multimodel

Scientists Propose Multimodel Ensemble Prediction of Summer Droughts over Yellow River Basin[Aug 14, 2018]

Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics propose multimodel ensemble prediction of summer droughts over Yellow River basin. The Yellow River basin is located in arid and semi-arid areas, where drought is one of the most severe natural disasters.

NMC particle;synchrotron radiation;BSRF

Scientists Look into Propagation of Redox Phase Transformations Using Synchrotron Radiation Based Technique[Aug 10, 2018]

An international research team has used the synchrotron based nano-scale spectro-microscopy technique to visualize the thermally driven propagation of a reaction front in charged. They developed a numerical model to describe the dynamic behavior in highly inhomogeneous polycrystalline particles, and concluded this methodology is applicable to redox phase transformations far beyond battery systems that are polycrystalline in nature.

NLO;nonlinear optical

Researchers Find Ba3Mg3(BO3)3F3 Polymorphs with Reversible Phase Transition and High Performances as Ultraviolet Nonlinear Optical Materials[Aug 09, 2018]

Recently, a research group led by Prof. PAN Shilie at Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences successfully designed and synthesized two new asymmetric beryllium-free borates Pna21- and P-2m-Ba3Mg3(BO3)3F3 featuring NLO-favorable layered structures through chemical cosubstitution strategy.


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