About Us Research People International Cooperation News Education & Training Join Us Societies & Publications Lectures Resources Links
  • Research System
  • Research Progress
  • Supporting System
  • Achievements
  • Research Programs
  • Location:Home>Research>Research Progress
    Research Progress
    Nanoreactor Strategy Generates Superior Supported Bimetallic Catalysts | 2020-07-31

      Supported bimetallic catalysts are an important class of catalysts in heterogeneous catalysis. They can be applied in various fields, such as electrocatalysis, biomass conversion, and hydrogen production.
      However, traditional impregnation and immobilization methods for synthesizing suppo...more
    Scientists Develop Highly Efficient Synthetic Methodology of Ultra-high Molecular Weight Polyisoprene Rubber | 2020-07-21

      In China, the polyolefin industry has a general phenomenon of big but not strong. Particularly in high end polyolefin materials, there is a gap with the foreign countries.
      Branched ultra-high molecular weight polydiene rubbers emerge remarkable mechanical properties, such as high tensile...more
    Hydrated Eutectic Electrolytes Help Improve Performance of Aqueous Zn Batteries | 2020-07-02

      Zinc (Zn) batteries have attracted more and more attention due to large volumetric capacity, abundance of Zn, and environmental friendliness. When the aqueous electrolytes are considered, Zn batteries provide a promising solution to safety hazards and economic challenges facing prevailing Li...more
    Scientist Reveal Void-Confinement Effects of Hollow Nanoreactors | 2020-07-01

      Hollow nanoreactors have attracted great interest in catalysis research due to their unique catalytic properties, especially the void-confinement effects. During the past decades, many studies have been devoted to unraveling the void-confinement effects of hollow nanoreactors in liquid-phase...more
    Function-based Sequencing Technique Permits Analysis of Just a Single Bacteria Cell | 2020-06-25

      Bacteria cells are so small that it has been very difficult until now to analyze the genetic code and metabolic activity of just one cell. Instead, large groups of bacteria have to be analyzed at the same time. But a new screening technique using optical tweezers and taking advantage of the ...more
    <<   42 Page(s)   FirstPrev12345NextFinal >>
    Copyright 2006 All Rights Reserved-Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Add: No.189 Songling Road, Laoshan District, Qingdao Postcode: 266101