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See Further: Scientists Achieve Single-photon Imaging over 200km(2021-04-04)
Researchers First Find Pathways Leading to the Extramedullary Development of Tissue-resident Lymphocytes(2021-03-26)
An Unprecedented Kernel Growth Mode and the Layer-Number-Odevity-Dependent Properties in Gold Nanoclusters
Polar-Functionalized, Crosslinkable, Self-Healing, and Photoresponsive Polyolefins
Enhanced Magnetic Anisotropy and Orbital Symmetry Breaking in Manganite Heterostructures
See Further: Scientists Achieve Single-photon Imaging over 200km
A research team led by Professor PAN Jianwei and Professor XU Feihu from University of Science and Technology of China achieved single-photon 3D imaging over 200 km using high-efficiency optical devices and a new noise-suppression technique...
Researchers First Find Pathways Leading to the Extramedullary Development of Tissue-resident Lymphocytes
Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS), teamed up with scientists from Aix Marseille University, discovered that hematopoietic progenitors possessed the differentiat...
Spin-to-charge Conversion Achieves 95% Overall Qubit Readout Fidelity
The team led by Professor DU Jiangfeng and Professor WANG Ya from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Key Laboratory of Microscale Magnetic Resonance of the University of Science and Technology of China put forward an innovative spin-to-c...
Seeing Invisible: Scientists Attain Non–Line-of-Sight Imaging over 1.43 Km
Non–line-of-sight (NLOS) imaging is able to reconstruct hidden objects from indirect light paths that scatter multiple times in the surrounding environment, which is of considerable interest in a wide range of applications.Prof. Pan Jianwei...
Photocatalytic Efficiency in Photocatalysis Found to Be Site Sensitive
Prof. HUANG Weixin and ZHANG Qun from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), together with domestic collaborators, probed into the photocatalytic oxidation of methanol on various anata...
Practical Nanozymes Discovered to Fight Antimicrobial Resistance
Nanozymes, a group of inorganic catalysis-efficient particles, have been proposed as promising antimicrobials against bacteria. They are efficient in killing bacteria, thanks to their production of reactive oxygen species (ROS).Despite this...
Meet Turing Structures in Manmade Interface
In 1952, Alan Turing, the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, proposed that certain repetitive natural patterns may be produced by the interaction of two specific substances through the reaction-diffusion process. In thi...
Chiral Amines Synthesized by Nickel-catalysed Asymmetric Reductive Hydroalkylation
A research group led by Prof. FU Yao and associate research fellow LU Xi From Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale and School of Chemistry and Materials Science of the University of Science and Technology of Chi...
Scientists Reveal Effects of Electronic Angular Momentum to Chemical Reaction for the First Time
Recently,Prof. WANG Xingan from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) ofthe Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), collaborating withProf. YANG Xueming and SUN Zhigang from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics of CAS for ...
Gold-Phosphorus Nanosheets Catalyzes Nature Gas to Greener Energy Selectively
Advances in hydraulic fracturing technology have enabled discovery of large reserves of natural gas which primarily contains methane, which is mainly burned directly and causing global warming potentially. Upgrading methane to greener energ...
Biomimetic Catalyst: Single Atom Catalyzes Simultaneous Oxidative and Reductive Reactions
Enzyme is the most important ingredient during the formation of lives on the Earth with no doubt. They act as accelerators during the reactions which are of great significance for living beings. It is a nice idea to get inspirations from th...
ApoE4: A Possible Cause of Alzheimer's Disease
There are two main types of cells in the human brain: neuron cells and glial cells. Neuron cells are responsible for receiving stimulations, generating excitements and transmitting information in the form of nerve impulses, while glial cell...
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