The <EM>Journal of Remote Sensing</EM> was launched in October to publish high-quality, online-only, and open-access publications to benefit the Earth observation community, according to the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).View More
In a recent study, researchers from the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) tried to characterize the water relations between rubber trees and the intercrops through both spatial (vertical pattern) and temporal (seasonal pattern) scales.
Researchers from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology and their collaborators quantified dramatic uneven urbanization of large cities throughout the world in recent decades.
ZHENG Liangcan and Prof. ZhANG Ying from the Institute of Applied Ecology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences collected water samples from two blocks of Daqing Oilfield, where the water flooding and microbial flooding oil recovery techniques have long been carried out, respectively.
Recently, scientists led by Prof. DAI Haiming and NIE Jinfu from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science developed a new detection method to analyze Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC) in the peripheral blood. They reported how they captured live CTCs with immunomagnetic beads and flow cytometry.
Chinese scientists have kicked off a new glacier research at the headwater region of the country's Yellow River, in the northwestern province of Qinghai. The program is part of China's second comprehensive scientific expedition to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the first time to carry out glacier research at the headwater regions of the Yellow and Lancang rivers, said Xu Baiqing, who heads the research team.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences announced Friday that it will host its 3rd Science Festival with more than 400 activities nationwide. The weeklong event by China's highest academic institution in natural sciences will be held from Oct. 31 to Nov. 6.
Researchers from the South China Botanical Garden found that under multiple stresses such as continuous wounding and the combination of wounding and low temperature, changes in phytohormones in response to these stresses activate regulators and structural genes that affect the aroma of oolong tea.
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