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    New Strategy for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction | 2020-03-27

      Carbon dioxide (CO2) emission has become a global problem, leading to the greenhouse effect greenhouse to the earth. Hence, efficient conversion of CO2 into value-added liquid fuels is one of significant ways to fix CO2, and it can alleviate the growing shortage of non-renewable fossil fuels...more
    Microbiome Search Engine Can Increase Efficiency in Disease Detection and Diagnosis | 2020-03-23

      Big data makes big promises when it comes to providing insights into human behavior and health. The problem is how to harness the information it provides in an efficient manner. An international team of researchers has proposed a microbiome search-based method, via Microbiome Search Engine ...more
    Novel Bacterial Acid Tolerance System Sheds Light on Development of Antimicrobials | 2020-03-20

      Growth ability at acidic conditions is important to bacteria. Enteric bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella can colonize and cause disease in the host’s intestinal tract, but they have to combat acidic environments during the whole process of invading the host.
      The stomach, w...more
    Perovskite Solution Aging: Scientists Find Solution | 2020-03-18

      Perovskite solar cells have developed quickly in the past decade. But like silicon solar cells, the efficiency of perovskite solar cells is highly dependent upon the quality of the perovskite layer, which is related to its crystallinity.
      Unfortunately, the aging process of the perovskite...more
    Scientists Synthesized Highly-efficient and Stable Single-atom Fe-N-C Electrocatalyst from Renewable Biomass | 2020-03-16

      The development and commercialization of fuel cells relies heavily on Pt-based catalysts which are efficient for the sluggish four-electron oxygen reduction reaction (ORR). However, the high cost, scarcity and poor methanol tolerance of Pt pose a great challenge to the widespread adoption of...more
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