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    Yin and Yang in Polymer Electrolyte for Power Lithium Ion Batteries | 2015-12-15

      Taichi, a kind of traditional Chinese boxing, is called as “the quintessence of the Chinese culture”. The Taichi mainly refers to yin and yang. The conflicting and interdependent relations between the yin and yang are the general rules in the material world.
      Commercialized lithium ion ...more
    Graphdiyne for High Capacity and Long-life Lithium Storage | 2015-09-15

      In the pursuit of higher capacity, rate capability and longer cycling life, other carbon structures have been studied, including fullerenes, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene, which have zero-, one-, and two-dimensional (2D) architectures, respectively. The carbon atoms in these structure...more
    Scientists Developed Microbiota-based Approach for Predicting Early Childhood Caries | 2015-09-07

      Microbiota are present everywhere in the biosphere. Can we employ them as indigenous “biosensors”, to diagnose and predict the health of their ecosystems? A joint research team from the Single-Cell Center, Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT), Chinese Academy o...more
    Self-healing Behavior of Organolead Halide Perovskite Film | 2015-08-27

      Owing to their unique optical, electric and magnetic properties as well as simple preparation and inexpensive fabrication routes, organolead halide perovskites have become an attractive light-absorber with a rapid improvement of efficiencies from 3.8% in 2009 to a certified 20.1% up to the p...more
    Functionally Characterizing Several Poplar MYB Transcription Factors Involved in Secondary Wall Formation | 2015-08-01

      As a dominant terrestrial biomass, wood is used for myriad applications such as construction, paper making, pulping and as a feedstock for biofuels. It is challenging to elucidate the molecular mechanism that underlies wood formation and controls poplar vegetative growth phase. This is an ef...more
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