A joint research team led by Dr. ZHANG Yanhui from the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology has found that a magnetic field can help enhance the generation of synthetic biogas.
Since China announced its aim to peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and to achieve carbon neutrality before 2060, it has strived to meet the target by taking various measures. Among all these measures, progress in science and technology is vital to providing strong impetus and long-term drive for the country.
A research team led by Profs. CHEN Wei and WEI Wei from the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute reported a novel method that enables efficient CO2 electroreduction to CO by virtue of low-coordination chloride ion adsorption on a silver hollow fiber electrode.
An international research group led by Prof. FU Bojie from the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences has now quantified China's natural climate solutions and their contribution to climate change mitigation.
Prof. WANG Peng and assistant researcher LU Jiayu from the Institute of Applied Ecology have recently quantified the rhizosphere priming effects of four perennial herbs in a non-growing season, that is, after leaf senescence and before shoot regrowth.
Grasslands have the capability to store carbon, functioning as an important tool in a battle against climate change. While scientific interest in grassland soil for carbon sequestration is not new, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Colorado State University have provided a fresh analysis of the existing research on soil carbon sequestration in grasslands.
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