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  • Artificial Intelligence Facilitates Tissue Substructure Identification from Spatial Resolved Transcriptomics

    A research team led by Prof. ZHANG Shihua from the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science has proposed a new computational tool, STAGATE, to decipher tissue substructures from spatial resolved transcriptomics. The model uses artificial intelligence technology to integrate spatial location information and gene expression profile of spatial spots. In this algorithm, a graph attention autoencoder is introduced, with a graph attention mechanism in the middle hidden layer, which can learn the heterogeneous similarities between neighboring spots adaptively.

    Apr 02, 2022
  • Researchers Prove Global Smoothness for Monge-Ampère Equation

    Prof. CHEN Shibing from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and his collaborators have studied the global regularity for the Monge-Ampère equation with natural boundary condition.

    Aug 29, 2021
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  • Changes in nutrient acquisition strategies and soil microbial communities
    Mycorrhizal Types Control Biodiversity Effects on Productivity

    Prof. LIU Lingli's research team from the Institute of Botany investigated nutrient acquisition strategies of arbuscular mycorrhizae and ectomycorrhizal trees in the Biodiversity–Ecosystem Functioning experiment in a subtropical forest in China, where trees of the two mycorrhizal types were initially evenly planted in mixtures of two, four, eight or 16 tree species.

    Jan 19, 2023
  • Poly(A) tail-mediated maternal mRNA remodeling during human oocyte-to-embryo transition
    Poly(A)-tail-mediated Remodeling of Maternal mRNA Controls Start of Life

    Researchers led by Prof. LU Falong at the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, together with collaborators, have utilized poly(A)-inclusive RNA isoform sequencing (PAIso-seq) and PAIso-seq2 methods to comprehensively profile the poly(A)-tail-inclusive full-length transcriptome in human oocytes and embryos.

    Jan 19, 2023
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Earth Sciences
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  • New Strategy for Enhancing Resistance at Different Impact Velocities

    Recently, a research team led by Prof. NI Yong and Prof. HE Linghui from the University of Science and Technology found that nacre-like structures dissipate less energy than laminated structures when impact velocity exceeds a critical value, and further designed a hybrid architecture to cope with a wide range of impact velocities.

    Jan 07, 2023
  • Sr-Nd Isotope Baseline in Silk Road Regions Enables Archaeological Provenance

    Recently, Associate Professor LV Qinqin from the University of Science and Technology of China of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, constructed the first largescale, semi-quantitative Sr-Nd isotope baseline for the vast Silk Road regions, and validated its application in plant-ash glass provenance.

    Dec 02, 2022
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