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    Researchers Fabricated New Type of Cellulose Nanopaper | 2018-06-14
    Cellulose nanopaper (CNP) has potential application in the fields of electronic devices, visual display substrates, batteries, barrier material due to its renewability, light-weight, low thermal expansion, excellent mechanical properties and optical properties.
      However, CNP is sensitive to mo...more
    New Wirewalking Mode of Cellulose Degradation Proposed | 2018-05-08

      Cellulose is the earth’s most abundant biopolymer which is responsible for the structural integrity of plants. Processive cellulases are essential in crystalline cellulose degradation as they continuously catalyze and slide along the cellulose chain before dissociating.
      There are two ty...more
    Biosynthetic Technology for High-value Chemicals from Xylose | 2018-05-04

      Lignocellulosic biomass, refers to plant dry matter, is the most abundant and low-cost renewable resource on the planet. Xylose is the second most abundant sugar in nature which accounts for 18–30% of sugar in lignocellulose. Hence, efficiently metabolize xylose could optimize the economics...more
    First Direct Observation of CH/CH van der Waals Interactions in Proteins | 2018-04-23
    Proteins are essential parts of organisms and participate in virtually every process within cells. There are many non-covalent interactions in protein which are critical to protein structure and function. Van der Waals force is a kind of non-covalent interaction which cannot be ignored.Van der Wa...more
    Continuous Grain-Boundary Network Stabilizes High-Efficiency Solar Cells | 2018-04-16

      For the past few years, the rise of the photovoltaic industry is inseparable from various new types of solar cells. Organic-inorganic halide perovskites are a family of crystalline semiconducting materials that are revolutionizing the field of photovoltaics. The two major factors that restri...more
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