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Scientists Reveal How Climatic Variability in Monsoonal Northern China Drove Chinese Dynastic Changes[Jan 23, 2017]

A recent study by LI Jianyong, John Dodson, YAN Hong from the State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, Institute of Earth Environment, as well as other co-authors, has applied a set of fossil pollen data and a coupled climate model to numerically infer the detailed variations in annual mean precipitation (PANN) and annual mean temperature (TANN) for the northern part of monsoonal China (NC) during the last 2200 years.

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A New Adsorbent Developed to Remove Pollutants from Drinking Water[Jan 23, 2017]

A study team in Institute of Intelligent Machines (IIM), Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, developed an eco-friendly graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4) nanosheet adsorbent to remove Cadmium ions (Cd2+ ) and Methylene blue (MB) from aqueous solution.

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Top-down Cortical Feedback Selectively Gates Visual Information Flow[Jan 23, 2017]

As Marcus Raichle (the 2014 Kavli prize laureate in neuroscience) so elegantly phrases it, the intrinsic feedback connectivity is the Dark Matter in the quest to understand the brain. In a recent paper published online in Cerebral Cortex, Dr. WANG Wei's group at Institute of Neuroscience used focally specific causal manipulation to study a key feedback connection in the visual system (the corticothalamic loop).

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Scientists Discover Novel ABL/KIT Dual Kinase Inhibitor for Cancers[Jan 23, 2017]

A research team in High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CHMFL) reported their new progress in developing a novel highly potent type II ABL/KIT dual kinase inhibitor CHMFL-ABL/KIT-155 with a distinct hinge binding, which exhibited a suitable biochemical and PK/PD profile in the in vitro and in vivo disease models of CML as well as GISTs.


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