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Chinese Scientists Use Sunflowers to Treat Gout[Jul 09, 2018]

A group of Chinese scientists with the School of Life Sciences at Jilin University have extracted new substances from sunflowers to treat gout. They found that the three substances are effective in treating gout, which plagues over 80 million Chinese people.

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Burying Carbon Dioxide in Deep-sea Sediments "Safe and Permanent[Jul 09, 2018]

Chinese scientists have found that burying carbon dioxide in marine sediment in deep sea is "generally safe and permanent," giving support to the way to capture and store the green house gas. A team from Peking University explored storing carbon dioxide in deep-sea sediments and found that extreme conditions at the bottom of the ocean help hold the gas in place.

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Evaluations Aim to Help Innovation[Jul 09, 2018]

To promote innovation, China has launched its most detailed performance evaluation systems so far for talented researchers, institutes and projects. The new systems will also integrate different types of evaluations across various levels, including self-evaluations and institutional, departmental and third-party evaluations, leading to more balanced and objective results.

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Scientists Make Breakthrough in Arsenic-reducing Filtration Technology[Jul 05, 2018]

A team comprising researchers from China Medical University and the University of Hawaii on Wednesday unveiled their new breakthrough in water filtration technology at the ongoing 7th International Congress & Exhibition on "Arsenic in the environment." They managed to produce a filtration medium which has been certified to effectively reduce arsenic V to below U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) advisory levels of 10 parts per billion (ppb).

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New Sensor to Understand Subtle Expressions[Jul 05, 2018]

Chinese scientists have developed a sensor which could improve wearable device performance and accurately capture the subtle changes in people's expressions. The sensor has very high response sensitivity in deformation conditions. The scientists applied nano-materials to help enhance the sensor's flexibility.

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Chinese Scientists Develop Power Generating Windows[Jul 04, 2018]

Chinese scientists developed a window material with thin, see-through solar cells that could turn window into miniature electricity generators. The window-compatible material reported in a study published in the journal Joule could potentially double the energy efficiency of an average household.

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