Recently, researchers have been attempting to adopt superhydrophobic membranes for improving the scaling and fouling resistance of MD. But discrepancy in results when using different models has been reported. To unravel this puzzle, a research team led by Prof. HE Tao at Shanghai Advanced Research Institute, collaborating with scientists at home and abroad, proposed a hydrodynamic theory of slippery surface for fouling/scaling resistance of superhydrophobic membranes.
A research group led by Prof. CHEN Xueyuan from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a unique lab-in-syringe strategy for rapid and ultrasensitive detection of tumor markers in saliva based on lanthanide nanoprobes.
A team led by Prof. XU Tongwen and Prof WU Liang from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) adopted an in-situ growth idea to construct a stable and efficient membrane.
A team led by Prof. YU Shuhong from the University of Science and Technology of China reported a bio-inspired lotus-fiber-mimetic spiral structure BC hydrogel fiber with high strength, high toughness, excellent biocompatibility, good stretchability, and high energy dissipation.
research team led by prof. YAO Damao from the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) made important progress in the development of ultra-high thermal load tungsten divertor components.
The research group led by Prof. WU Lixin from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter (FJIRSM) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently developed porous flexible strain sensors (PFSS) with high stretchability and an excellent recoverability.
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