Towards Super-efficient Kerr Optical Frequency Combs Jun 20, 2019
qq欢乐升级腾讯版官方下载 www.pvkpz.tw Researchers from Tsinghua University discovered a kind of coupled-cavity temporal solitons that show significantly higher energy conversion efficiency compared to traditional single-cavity ones.
Significant Progress in the Surgical Treatment of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension by Cooperative Research of Chinese Scholars Jun 13, 2019
Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a rare and refractory disease. It is difficult to reverse disease progression with traditional drugs or multi-targeted drug therapy. Patients’ long-term survival quality is relatively poor, with a high mortality rate.
Chinese scientists made important progress in the research area of ultrafast molecular imaging Jun 13, 2019
Imaging molecular structure plays an essential role in physics, chemistry and biology. In the conventional X-ray and electron diffraction methods, the image of molecular structure can be obtained by external photons or electrons impinging on the molecular targets.
Chinese scientists made important progress in the field of solar energy conversion by the photoelectric effect of minerals Jun 13, 2019
Using ferroelectric materials as gate dielectrics, the ferroelectric transistors are supposed to one of the new devices that can break through the Boltzmann limits of conventional metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs)
Supramolecular material functions as anion receptor for selective removal of radioactive 99TcO4? Jun 13, 2019
Vigorously developing nuclear power is an important option for energy structure upgrading in China. Nuclear waste treatment related with nuclear fuel cycle is facing unprecedented challenges. At the current stage, there are tremendous basic research needs in this field to guarantee its sustainable
A new discovery funded by the NSFC grants (Nos. 51671192, 51531008, 11804346) reveals colossal barocaloric effects in plastic crystals and indicates a new direction for emergent solid-state refrigeration technologies.
Chinese researchers make important progress in the study of interface chemistry for environmental pollution control May 16, 2019
With the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Professor Sihui Zhan’s team from the College of Environmental Science and Engineering of Nankai University in China have made important progress in the study of interface chemistry for environmental pollution control.
As a serious public health problem in China, TBI with the annual incidence of 55-64/100,000 causes nearly 100,000 deaths and hundreds of thousands of disabilities. Through extensive data analysis, this paper comprehensively analyzes the characteristics and current situation of TBI in China.
Prof. Li Hu at the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, together with Prof. Giandomenico Iannetti at University College London, demonstrated that brain oscillations in the gamma band reliably and selectively predict pain sensitivity across individuals.
Chinese scientists make significant progress in negative capacitance field-effect transistors May 10, 2019
The research group led by Prof. Genquan Han and Prof. Yue Hao at Xidian University in China has achieved significant progress in the field of ferroelectric field-effect transistors.
Chinese Scientists Reveal the "Reprogramming" of Meiotic Chromatin Architecture during Spermatogenesis Apr 28, 2019
Prof. Xie Wei of Tsinghua University together with Prof. Wu Xin of Nanjing Medical University, revealed the reprogramming and molecular basis of meiotic chromatin architecture during spermatogenesis in mammals.
Chinese Scientists achieve great progress in polymer solar cells with photon response in Near-Infrared Mar 29, 2019
Polymer solar cells (PSCs) have made continuous breakthroughs in the recent few years, which can be raised from the fast development of novel organic semiconductor molecules and polymers.
Chinese scientists make a significant progress in three-dimensional photonic topological insulator Mar 29, 2019
Hongsheng Chen’s group at Zhejiang University in China and their coworkers, Baile Zhang and Yidong Chong at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have now announced the realization of three-dimensional (3D) photonic topological insulator
During the process of global economic development, problems such as inefficient use of resources, serious pollution of waste, uncontrolled emission of greenhouse gas, and excessive wastewater are emerging. Global demand for resource is projected to be doubled by 2050.
Chinese Scientists Elucidate Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells (HSPCs) Homing Process in-vivo Mar 06, 2019
The research team of Professor Weijun Pan from Shanghai Institute of Nutrition and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences, revealed the entire dynamic process of Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells (HSPCs) homing in vivo through high-resolution live imaging analysis.
Chinese scientists discovered a new mechanism by which mitochondria regulate protein homeostasis in cells Feb 26, 2019
Supported by the Major Project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (31790404) and other awards, Quan Chen and his fellows reported a new protein degradation pathway mediated by mitochondrial protein FUNDC1 and cytosolic chaperone HSC70.
World Record of 64T Pulsed Magnetic Field with Flattop achieved at the Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center Feb 26, 2019
Recently, Prof. Liang Li’s team (supported by NSFC grants 51821005, 51677079?, 51177062, 50888002?) at the Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center, Huazhong University of Science and Technology has made significant progress in the generation of pulsed magnetic field.
Chinese Scholars Made Important Progress in the Research on the Mechanism of Age-Related Hearing Loss Feb 26, 2019
Supported by the grant from National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 81670943) and other funding, a team from Shandong University made significant advances in understanding the mechanism of age related hearing loss.
Chinese immunologists revealed a new mechanism for the regulation and activation of B lymphocytes in autoimmune diseases Feb 26, 2019
With the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC grant number: 81730043, 81621002 and 31530020), a joint team published a paper in Science entitled "Autoimmune disease variant of IgG1 modulates B Cell activation and differentiation" on October 4th 2018.
Chinese scientists report a gut bacterium regulates mosquito vector competence to arboviruses Feb 26, 2019
With the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 81730063, 81571975, 81420108024), the research team of Professor Gong Cheng at Tsinghua University in cooperation with Southern Medical University made an important progress in mosquito-arbovirus interactions.