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.
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.
Sensors are used to measure physical input from the environment and converts it into data that can be interpreted by humans or machines. A six-dimensional force/torque sensor was developed by a research team from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science.
Researchers from the Aerospace Information Research Institute have developed a novel hyperspectral surface plasmon resonance microscopy system.
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.
The research group led by Prof. HUANG Weiguo from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, achieved sequence logic data encryption and anticounterfeiting by harnessing molecular isomerization in polymer gels.
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