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Vol 25, No. 01, January 2021
Study Reveals Understanding of China’s Carbon Emission Balance

International team of researchers has compiled and verified newly available data on the country's carbon dioxide reduction, and, for the first time, they have quantitatively estimated the effect of China's carbon mitigation efforts.

Developing Nanomaterials for Better Performance

Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) designed a simple method to produce copper-based nanomaterials that would be applied to semiconductor material systems for better performance.

Scientists Develop Database to Support Industrial Microalgae Production

International team led by Single-Cell Center (SCC), Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), released the “NanDeSyn” database, promoting resource sharing the research cooperation.

Protecting Complex Interconnected Systems against Cyberattacks

Researchers from Italy and Canada have developed a novel control architecture that defends complex, interconnected systems previously vulnerable to cyberattacks.

Tracing Evolutionary History of the Himalayas

Scientists study samples of amphibians and reptiles collected from the Himalaya to gather information of the evolutionary prosses among the species within the region.

Unique Features of Protein Molecule Pair Interaction Discovered

Researchers from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) release findings of pH-dependent functions and interactions of protein molecules.

Trade-off Between Global Warming Targets and Seasonal Rainfall

Team of researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences discover that seasonal precipitation could be enhanced if global warming is limited to certain temperatures.

Reducing Errors in Brain-controlled Robot Arms

Researchers from India and the UK develop a feedback scheme to lower positional error in brain-controlled robot arms, paving the way to greatly enhancing the quality of life for people suffering from strokes and neuro-muscular disorders.

news Highlights from the E&L China 2020 Conference
news Asia’s ageing population drives development of rehabilitation technologies targeting elderly disabilities
news Virtual Expo Connect to empower access for international pharma to the world’s largest pharma ingredients market
news WEIPU, AstraZeneca, Huadong Medicine, Saint-Gobain, Baxter, Wuxi AppTec, Henlius, Medtronic and more confirmed to speak at E&L China this December

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