Researchers led by Dr. YANG Yong and Dr. ZHAO Jingkun from the National Astronomical Observatories have discovered a new stellar stream from dwarf galaxy in the Milky Way. This finding will enlarge the stream number originated from dwarf galaxy.
Prof. WU Dayu of Changzhou University, a user of the China's Steady High Magnetic Field Facility of the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, together with his collaborators, proposed a simple mechanical strategy to optimize the electronic structures of the catalytic center by mechanically induced spin transition, and developed a new method for designing efficient biomimetic catalysts.
A group of researchers from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Peking University, has made a breakthrough in understanding the relationship between the structure of amorphous materials and their properties.
Researchers led by Prof. ZHOU Wu from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Prof. Sokrates T. Pantelides of Vanderbilt University have pushed the sensitivity of single-atom vibrational spectroscopy to the chemical-bonding-configuration extreme, which is critical for understanding the correlation of lattice vibrational properties with local atomic configurations in materials.
The first electron beam of the High Energy Photon source (HEPS) was accelerated to 500 MeV with better than 2.5 nC of bunch charge by the Linac on March 14, which was a key milestone of the HEPS project. HEPS beam commissioning had begun.
Researchers from the Yunnan Observatories have discovered that the orbital evolution of the supersoft X-ray source WX Centauri (WX Cen) is dominated by the angular momentum loss (AML) driven by magnetic wind from the donor secondary and from the accretion disk alone or together.
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