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    Biosynthetic 100% Optical Purity D-lactate | 2018-04-04

      Plastic is one of the most versatile and widely used materials in the world. However, the traditional petroleum-based plastic has brought severe ‘white pollution’ due to its nondegradability. Approximately 40 million tons of plastic waste is generated in the whole world each year.
    Prescribing “Medicines” for Treating the Poor Performances of High-Voltage Li-Ion Batteries | 2018-03-26
    Nowadays, the utilizations of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are spreading quickly from small-sized portable electronic devices to large-scale electric transportation tools and renewable energy storage systems. As a result, people's dependence on high energy density LIBs keeps increasi...more
    Direct Purification and Characterization of the Key Cellulosomal Exoglucanase Cel48S | 2018-02-12
    The global demand of clean fuel is becoming more urgent, especially for the developing nations. The sustainable non-food lignocellulosic biomass is an attractive source for biofuel and biochemical production. However, the high cost, complicated and incongruous processes, and water pollution issue...more
    Photothermal Membrane for Fresh Water Generation via Evaporation | 2018-01-24

      Water shortage is a global issue facing mankind. Natural solar-driven water evaporation process suffers from low efficiency because water is a poor light absorber. Photothermal membrane, able to realize efficient light harvesting and conversion to heat, is an ideal choice to accelerate the w...more
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    How does the thermostable enzyme bind substrate tightly at elevated temperature? | 2018-01-15

      Temperature is one of the most important factors for evolution. As the temperature increases, the catalytic activity of the enzyme increases correspondingly, but at the same time, the affinity between the enzyme and the substrate decreases. It has been proved that metal ions enhance the act...more
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