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USTC Develops Superelastic Hard Carbon Aerogels with Nanofibrous Nanostructures(2019-05-15)
Go Random Walking, 12-qubits——A Step for Many-body Quantum Random Walks(2019-05-06)
Structural insight into precursor tRNA processing by yeast ribonuclease P
Memory formation and long-term maintenance of IL-7R alpha(+) ILC1s via a lymph node-liver axis
Signal peptide represses GluK1 surface and synaptic trafficking through binding to amino-terminal domain
USTC Develops Superelastic Hard Carbon Aerogels with Nanofibrous Nanostructures
Inspired by the flexibility and rigidity of natural spider silks webs, a research team led by Prof. YU Shuhong from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) developed a simple and general method to fabricate superelastic and...
Go Random Walking, 12-qubits——A Step for Many-body Quantum Random Walks
PAN's Superconducting Quantum Experiment Team applied superconducting qubits in quantum walks and published the work in Science on May 2. It is expected to have a greatinfluence on the research of simulation of many-body physical phenomena ...
Nature Communications：Optimizing Reaction Paths for CO2 Hydrogenation via Metal-ligand Cooperativity
Recently, the research group of Prof. Jie Zeng from Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale & School of Chemistry and Materials Science, cooperated with Prof. Rui Si from Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility, ha...
Gene-editing Technique Restores Vision of Blind Mice
A new technology, Targeted-RecA Enhanced homology-Directed repair (TRED), leads us one step nearer towards precise gene editing alive.
Modern Midas Turns Bacterial Components into Catalysts
Solid acid catalysts (SACs) have attracted continuous research interests in past years, as they play a pivotal role in establishing environmentally friendly catalytic processes for various chemical industries. Yet development of versatile S...
How to Free the Trapped Radicals from the Carboxyl?
The removal of carboxyl groups and the release of alkyl radical fragments from the tight binding of carboxyl groups are one of the most interesting and promising directions in organic synthesis, especially in the field of new drug synthesis...
Optical Toric Code Platform Sets New Record
Anyons form the basis for topological quantum computation and error correction, where the topological aspect of anyonic braiding is one of the important features that gives rise to fault tolerance. More qubits to control will assist researc...
[Xinhua]Chinese Physicist Wins OSA's 2019 R.W. Wood Prize
Pan Jianwei, a renowned Chinese physicist and professor at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) won the 2019 R. W. Wood Prize presented by the Optical Society of America (OSA), the university said Friday.
LrNK Cells Can Maintain Liver Immune Tolerance
Recently, Immunity, a peer-reviewed medical journal of immunology published by Cell Press, published a research paper entitled with Liver-resident NK cells control antiviral activity of hepatic T cells via the PD-1 axis, which was jointly s...
Nanotechnology Makes It Possible for Mice to See in Infrared
Mice with vision enhanced by nanotechnology were able to see infrared light as well as visible light, reports a study published February 28 in the journal Cell. A single injection of nanoparticles in the mice’s eyes bestowed infrared visio...
[Xinhua]Chinese Scientists Develop Smog-Filtering "Window"
Chinese scientists have created a new type of smart window screen to capture smog, lowering the density of harmful fine particulate matter PM 2.5 indoors to a safe level within a minute.
Realization of Solid-State Programmable Quantum Processor under Ambient Conditions
A research team from CAS Key Laboratory of Microscale Magnetic Resonance led by Professor DU Jiangfeng at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) realized the first solid-state programmable quantum processor under room temp...
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