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atomic response theory;nonlinear optical material

Atomic Response Theory Developed on the Origin of Nonlinear Optical Materials[Nov 12, 2018]

In a recent study, the research group led by Prof. DENG Shuiquan at Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a new atomic response theory on the origin of nonlinear optical material by inventing a universal partial response functional method.

adipogenesis;hippo pathway;TEAD4;

TEA Domain Family Transcription Factor TEAD4 Revealed to Repress Murine Adipogenesis[Nov 09, 2018]

Recently, a team led by Dr. ZHANG Lei at Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology of Chinese Academy of Sciences provided insights into the role of the TEAD4-VGLL4-CtBP2 transcriptional repressor complex in suppression of adipogenesis in murine pre-adipocytes.

focal intensity;laser;pulse energy;adaptive optics systems

Scientists Improve the Focal Intensity for Shanghai Super-intense Ultrafast Laser Facility[Nov 01, 2018]

Recently, an experimental scheme, based on the function of double deformable mirrors (DMs) in the AOSs, was developed by State Key Laboratory of High Field Laser Physics, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, and it has succeeded in the compensation of the wavefront aberrations of the laser beam. The major part of the large-scale aberrations was compensated by the 300mm-DM with a large stroke in the second AOS and the small-scale residual aberrations were further improved by the high-spatial-resolution 130mm-DM in the first AOS.

FJSM-GAS-1;FJSM-GAS-2;radioactive ion;gallium thioantimonate;nuclear waste

Efficient Removal of Radioactive Ions Realized by Two New Radiation-resistant Gallium Thioantimonates[Nov 09, 2018]

The research group led by Prof. HUANG Xiaoying and Prof. FENG Meiling at Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of Chinese Academy of Sciences reported two new gallium thioantimonates which could quickly and selectively remove radioactive ions from solutions.

ionic wind;laser;electric field

Scientists Generate Ionic Wind at a Distance with Laser[Oct 27, 2018]

Recently, in collaboration with scientists from Laval University in Canada, researchers from State Key Laboratory of High Field Laser Physics, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics have proposed a novel method to optically generate ionic wind at a distance. In this work, intense femtosecond laser pulses were shot in air to form a plasma channel, named as filament, in which the electron density is around 1015~17.

alternative splicing;splicing factor;machine learning;protein engineering

Researchers Develop RNA-binding Protein Splicing Activity Prediction Model[Nov 08, 2018]

Recently, Dr. WANG Zefeng's group at the CAS-MPG Partner Institute of Computational Biology developed a machine learning approach to classify and predict the activities of RNA binding proteins (RBPs), and revealed the association between RBP sequence compositions and their activities in regulating splicing, enabling de novo engineering of artificial splicing factors.

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