The sixth poloidal field superconducting coil (or PF6 coil), the heaviest of all six superconducting magnet coils of ITER (short for International Thermonuclear Fusion Experimental Reactor) project, successfully sits at the bottom of the tokamak pit in ITER site in France on Apr. 21 local time, under the supervision of Fusion for Energy, witnessing another international collaboration moment.View More
Researchers led by Prof. LIN Qiang from the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology revealed how ecological specialization arises in widely distributed marine species with integrated analysis of morphological, genetic and ecological data.
A study by Dr. HOU Tuanjie's team from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics provides more insights into the microphysical properties of stratiform clouds, especially those with embedded convection, or thunderstorm activity.
Recently, a research group from the Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology of the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) made new progress in intelligent fault diagnosis methods for complex systems of nuclear power plants (NPP), which provided theoretical and methodological support for fault diagnosis of the complex systems of NPP.
An international team led by researchers from the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography and the University of Geneva has found that flash floods may triple across the Earth's "Third Pole" in response to ongoing climate change.
China saw rapid growth in key scientific and technological research areas between 2012 and 2017, boasting an edge in fields including nanotechnology, computer science and engineering, telecommunications, artificial intelligence and environmental governance, according to a report published on Friday.
Heavy metal pollution of farmland is a serious problem worldwide, and the consumption of heavy metal-contaminated food products poses significant public health risks. Chinese researchers have proposed a cost-effective and practical solution for the safe utilization of farmland polluted with low to moderate levels of heavy metals.
A cloud platform for big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in ocean science has begun operation, according to the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS). The platform acts as an information pool by integrating updated, wide spatio-temporal coverage range, open and shared oceanographic data.
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