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Greenhouse gas;quantification;GHG footprint;crop cultivation;climate change

Generic Methodological Framework to Quantify Greenhouse Gas Footprint of Crop Cultivation[Dec 07, 2017]

A research team led by Prof. ZHENG Xunhua from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences proposed a generic methodological framework to quantify the GHG footprints of crop cultivation systems free from grazing.

ultrasound;neuron;non-invasive;stimulation;neuromodulation

Researchers Developed Portable Multi-scale Ultrasound System for Non-invasive Ultrasonic Neuro-stimulation[Dec 06, 2017]

An ultrasound research team led by Prof. ZHENG Hairong in Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a portable ultrasound system specifically for ultrasound neuromodulation applications.

glacier;shrinkage;flow velocity;Urumqi Glacier

Glacier Flow Velocity is Used for Monitoring Glacier Shrinkage[Dec 06, 2017]

Recently, scientists from the Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, together with their colleague from Northwest Normal University, explored multi-decadal variations in the flow velocity of the Urumqi Glacier No. 1 and the influencing factors based on continuous field observations and path coefficient analysis.

Li-ion battery;synchrotron radiation;big data mining;X-ray spectro-microscopy

Synchrotron Radiation Technology and Scientific Big Data Mining Assist Energy Materials Research[Dec 05, 2017]

An international research team has applied synchrotron radiation nanoscale x-ray imaging technology and scientific big data mining in an in-situ study of LiCoO2 battery electrodes. The research results can help materials scientists to further improve the properties of battery materials, and are also important for basic scientific research on the failure mechanism of battery materials.

WRKY DNA binding protein75 (WRKY75);flowering time;gibberellic acid;regulator;Arabidopsis

WRKY75 positively Regulates Flowering Time Control via Gibberellic Acid Pathway[Dec 05, 2017]

Recently, Prof. YU Diqiu and his team from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences newly identified Arabidopsis thaliana WRKY DNA binding protein75 (WRKY75) as a positive regulator of flowering initiation.

music;ear;brain;musical training;speech processing;human brains; functional magnetic resonance imaging;musical education

Why Musical Training Benefits Us in Processing Speech[Dec 05, 2017]

A brain imaging study by Dr. DU Yi from the Institute of Psychology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and her collaborator Dr. Zatorre Robert from the Montréal Neurological Institute and McGill University has revealed that musical training might improve speech perception in noisy environments via enhanced neural foundation in bottom-up auditory encoding, top-down speech motoric prediction, and cross-modal auditory-motor integration.

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