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    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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    Scientists Propose Objective Metrics to Assess Microbiome Novelty and Impact via Microbiome Search Engine | 2018-11-13

      Scientists from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology(QIBEBT), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), developed a way to objectively evaluate the novelty and impact of plethora of microbiomes in the vast universe of microbiome big-data, based on an innovative tool called M...more
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    Green Wood Fiber Boosts High Performance Lithium-sulfur Batteries | 2018-10-30

      In recent years, with the popularization and application of portable electronic equipment and electric vehicles, the society has presented new challenges to the electrochemical energy storage devices. The application of conventional lithium-ion batteries are limited by the lower theoretical ...more
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    Chinese Scientists Develop World’s First Instrument System for Raman-activated Cell Sorting and Sequencing | 2018-10-29

      The world’s first instrument system for Raman-activated Cell Sorting and Sequencing (RACS-SEQ) was recently developed in East China’s Qingdao City, allowing functional identification, sorting and sequencing of individual cells, in a label-free manner.
      The system, developed by scientist...more
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    Scientists Prepared Graphdiyne Based Fuel Cell Cathode Catalyst | 2018-10-16

      To deal with common concerns about energy and the environment, much effort has been developed to produce new energy vehicles. As reported by Bloomberg NEF, about four million electric vehicles have been sold due 30 August of 2018 in the world.
      Comparing with traditional cars, the most im...more
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