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Chinese Photonics Researcher Listed MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific 2022

Prof. LI Wei, director of GPL Photonics Laboratory at Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics was named in the latest list of Innovators Under 35 compiled by MIT Technology Review Asia. According to the magazine, released in mid-November, “Prof. LI achieved many fundamental breakthroughs in multifunctional integrated photodetection devices, photonic and thermodynamic control of thermal radiation, radiative cooling, and energy harvesting.”

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Finding inspiration: Spanish Ecologist in the Land of Asian Elephants

As part of their survival, wild elephants migrate long distances in search of food and water. However, their travels sometimes encroach on human settlements creating tensions with local residents and farmers. That's why Spanish ecologist Ahimsa and his Chinese colleagues are busy at work in southwestern China mediating between man and elephant, finding solutions for a more harmonious coexistence.

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  • Human Daily Water Requirements Likely Less Than Once Believed

    The study marks the first step towards a personalized prediction of water requirements, said the paper's co-corresponding author John Speakman who works at the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

  • Chinese ROV Completes 4,308-meter Sea Trial with 'Exploration 2'

    A remotely operated underwater vehicle (ROV), carried by the Chinese scientific research vessel Exploration-2, has been tested with a maximum working depth of 4,308 meters in the South China Sea, the Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering (IDSSE) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences said on Thursday.

  • The Science of Balancing Nature and Civilization

    The U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set ambitious targets for all the world's nations to strive for, so that humankind might hope to prosper, sustainably and equitably. 2022 TWAS-Lenovo Science Award winner FU Bojie has not only helped China determine how to improve lives while preserving nature, but has provided sustainability strategies that every nation can use.

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