Scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have identified a new eutherian mammal, which marks the first time that Chinese scientists have revealed the middle ear structure of a eutherian mammal from 120 million years ago, filling a gap in research on middle ear evolution in the early Cretaceous era.
China's Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO), a high-altitude cosmic ray observatory, has released the precise energy spectrum for the highest-energy gamma-ray radiation from the brightest gamma-ray burst (GRB) observed to date.
An AI-driven robotic chemist, developed by Chinese scientists, has automatically synthesized and intelligently optimized catalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction from Martian meteorites, offering a highly efficient and energy-conserving solution for the production of oxygen on Mars.
Chinese scientists have completed tests on the first batch of 22 biological samples that were exposed to space outside the China Space Station (CSS) before being brought back to Earth by the Shenzhou-16 crew, according to the space application system of China's Manned Space Program. The samples include four experiment boxes for nematodes, one for microorganisms and three for seeds. The scientists verified that the country's first radiation biological exposure experiment, which began in June and lasted over five months, met the requirements of subsequent scientific experiments.
After studying and working in Aachen for eight years, Dr. CHANG Keke chose to settle down in its sister-city, Ningbo, and joined Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE). With the support of a well-developed research group, he is committed to unlocking the potential of new materials in deep-sea exploration and aerospace technology.
Born in Ningbo, Dr. WANG Rong pursued a PhD in Singapore. His childhood experience witnessing a life-saving miracle through implant devices ignited his unwavering commitment to innovation, leading him to a career in biomedical polymers. Today, he collaborates with a vibrant team, crafting liquid wound dressings and bone adhesives that are transforming healthcare at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
WANG Yunan, an innovator at Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, leading the way. On a mission to revolutionize clean energy with high-performance, low-cost PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) fuel cells, Dr. WANG's journey from Japan's academia to industry has converged at NIMTE in 2022. Now in Ningbo, she collaborates with her team to tackle hydrogen energy challenges.
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