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    New Insights about Relation between Glycogen and Sucrose Syntheses in Cyanobacteria | 2017-11-28

      Cyanobacteria, former named blue-green algae, have been attracting increasing research interest for the production of biofuels and biochemicals in recent years due to their capability to convert atmosphere CO2 and light energy to carbohydrates by oxygenic photosynthesis. Many freshwater or m...more
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    Duckweeds Remediate Heavy Metal Pollution in Water | 2017-11-27

      Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal contaminant that is extensively distributed in the environment, especially in water and soil. Water is a major medium of Cd diffusion in nature, and Cd is generally translocated into soil through irrigation. Thus, much attention has recently been paid to water p...more
    Scientists Synthesize Highly Efficient Ultra-wide-bandgap Conjugated Polymers | 2017-11-10

      Organic conjugated polymers continue attracting considerable attention all over the world in the prospect of producing high-efficient, large-area, and flexible organic electronics with tunable properties. The potential applications of organic semiconductors include organic field-effect trans...more
    Big Data Evaluation of Marine Carbon Fixation Driven by Planktonic Microalgae | 2017-10-31

      Increasing emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are now facilitating global warming, which seriously threatens human life and social sustainable development. Curbing dangerous climate change requires deep cuts in emissions, as well as enhancing carbon sequestration. The ocean plays im...more
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    Zn and Mg Batteries Powered Low-Speed Electric Vehicles | 2017-10-27

      There has been a strong global incentive to develop electric vehicles, as a move to reduce oil dependence and mitigate green gas emission. Especially, because of mobility and low use costs, the low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) revolution has exploded in rural and suburb areas of China.
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