Researchers from the Institute of Geology and Geophysics observed water signals in reflectance spectral data from the lunar surface acquired by the Chang'E-5 lander, providing the first evidence of in-situ detection of water on the Moon.
Communication of Tonga to the outer world has been cut off immediately after the volcano eruption, and the devastating explosion was still captured by satellites orbiting the earth, which is developed by the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science.
Using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), an international team led by Dr. LI Di from National Astronomical Observatories has obtained accurate magnetic field strength in molecular cloud L1544 - a region of the interstellar medium that seems ready to form stars.
GAO Caixia's team from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology and QIU Jinlong's team from the Institute of Microbiology jointly developed a new wheat mutant, Tamlo-R32, which exhibits robust resistance to powdery mildew disease and does not display any growth or yield defects.
Researchers from the Institute of Geochemistry and their collaborators have found that the inner core of the Earth is not a normal solid but is composed of a solid iron sublattice and liquid-like light elements, which is also known as a superionic state.
The local ozone generation was greatly underestimated with current mechanism under high NOx conditions, according to a recent study conducted by researchers led by Prof. XIE Pinhua from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science.
A research team led by Dr. LI Zhiheng and Dr. Thomas Stidham from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology has discovered the amazingly well-preserved fossil skeleton of an extinct owl that lived more than six million years ago in China.