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    Scientists Fabricated Highly-efficient Perovskite Solar Cells with Graphdiyne as a Host Active Material | 2019-01-09

      As a new member of carbon materials following the presence of fullerene, carbon nanotubes and graphene, graphdiyne (GD) is firstly invented by Chinese scientists with independent intellectual property rights.
      Meanwhile, progress has been made on the rising star in photovoltaics-perovskit...more
    Scientists Produce “Designer Triacylglycerols” in Industrial Microalgae | 2018-12-29

      Molecules of triacylglycerol (TAG), formed by attaching three molecules of fatty acid (FA) to a glycerol backbone, are the main constituents of vegetable oil in plants and fats in animals and humans. TAG plays an important role in cellular metabolism as a universal storage form and currency ...more
    Scientists Reveal the Lipid Accumulation of Filamentous Microalgae by Omics Data | 2018-12-21

      Continuous increasing pressures of fuel production and environmental protection have led to surge in the search for alternative and renewable energy. Many species of microalgae produce amounts of lipids, especially triacylglycerides (TAGs), the best feedstock for biodiesel production. Yellow...more
    Scientists Revealed Unique Transposon with Special Mechanism | 2018-11-21

      In nature, the mobile genetic elements in genome are ubiquitous variable DNA sequence. They play important roles in genome plasticity, cell adaptability and function evolution. Bacterial insertion sequences (ISs) are widely used type of genetic elements. ISs of different families and subgrou...more
    Chinese Scientists Develop Novel Instrument for Rapid Profiling of Antimicrobial Resistance | 2018-11-14

      Widespread antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the associated rise of “superbugs” is a major public health threat. A leading cause is the misuse or overuse of antibiotics due to the paucity of rapid assays for clinical AMR.
      Now, Chinese scientists from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy...more
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