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    Quantitative Insights in Hydrogen-bond Cooperativity in an Intact Protein | 2017-01-04

      Human diseases may be caused by the malfunction of an intact protein. Hydrogen bond (h-bond) is one of the key interactions in maintaining the structure of a protein and facilitating its function. The presence and extent of h-bond cooperativity in proteins remains a fundamental question, and...more
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    Sustainable Jet/Diesel Fuels Produced from Biomass with Novel Catalysts | 2016-12-22

      You may know the gasoline (4-12 carbon numbers, commonly referred to as C4-C12) in the gas station contains some percentage of ethanol (C2) as additive. However, long-chain alcohols (C4-C19) are regarded as better alternatives for ethanol in gasoline or jet/diesel fuels. These higher alcohol...more
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    Symmetry-breaking for Flexible Solar Cells: A Better Commercialization Perspective? | 2016-11-24

      Better Flexible Solar Cells Come from a Misoperation
      You may know solar cells on satellites and street lights, but you may not know the reasons why these traditional inorganic solar cells are not very commonly found in our daily life. The complex device structure, difficult fabrication, ...more
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    Can We Realize Zero-discharge during Seawater Desalination? | 2016-11-11

      Water resources demand continually increases with the global economic development and the population explosion. 97.3% of the water on the Earth is salt water and the available fresh water from surface water and groundwater sources only accounts for 0.01%. Therefore, seawater desalination is ...more
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    QIBEBT Established Novel Genome Editing Platform for Industrial Oleaginous Microalgae | 2016-09-05

      Microalgae are organisms that can capture and assimilate atmospheric CO2 by using sunlight. They then store the solar energy and CO2 in the form of energy-dense molecules such as triacylglycerol (TAG), which can be readily converted to oil. Therefore, interest in microalgae as a scalable sol...more
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