Researchers led by Prof. GAO Xiang from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology and their collaborators have proposed a novel method to transform wastewater contaminants into valuable chemicals using sunlight, thus paving the way for sustainable and eco-friendly chemical manufacturing.
A research team led by Prof. ZHAO Hong and Prof. JIANG Biao from the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute has proposed a novel sustainable coupling technology for carbon-to-acetylene process featuring negative carbon emission.
A research team led by Dr. YANG Dongxu from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics has established the Low-cost UAV Coordinated Carbon Observation Network (LUCCN) equipped with medium-accurate greenhouse gas sensors for CO2 measurements.
Researchers from the Aerospace Information Research Institute and their collaborators constructed a valid approach to detect spatial distribution of urban carbon emissions at micro level.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences Earth System Model (CAS-ESM2.0), a sophisticated Earth modeling tool, has achieved a major breakthrough in fully coupled atmospheric CO2 simulation.
A collaborative research team led by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics has developed innovative models that account for both soil and riverine dissolved organic carbon dynamics, as well as the influence of anthropogenic water regulation activities.
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