A new study led by Prof. John Speakman from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology and the University of Aberdeen shows that the recommended water intake of eight 8-oz glasses of water per day (around 2 L/day) is too high for our actual need in many situations.
Researchers from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology found that TBX3 defines a progenitor domain in the developing hypothalamus and serves as a fate determinant to sequentially control the establishment and maintenance of neuronal fate.
Researcher in China have mapped the spatiotemporal evolution of charge transfers in cuprous oxide photocatalyst particles, integrating three different techniques to reveal a holistic picture of the complex charge-transport mechanisms.
Researchers from the National Space Science Center and the Institute of Geology and Geophysics have discovered that the Chang'e-5 lunar soil grain rims have high concentrations of hydrogen and low deuterium/hydrogen ratios that are consistent with lunar water originating from the solar wind.
Researchers from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology have proposed a new technology, called optical tweezer-assisted pool-screening and single-cell isolation system, which achieves 99.7% purity of sorting target cells, with all done in real-time.
A team of researchers at the Institute of Metal Research has developed a different strategy for inhibiting creep by using stable grain boundary networks. Using their new method, the team obtained an unprecedented creep resistance that outperformed that of conventional superalloys.