Chinese researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics have disclosed that arid regions become wetter after different types of volcanic eruptions，they analyzed the hydroclimate response over global arid regions to volcanic eruptions at different latitudes based on reconstructions over the last millennium, observations over the twentieth century, and climate model simulations.
Chinese scientists have developed a protective agent that can reduce the effects of herbicide on crops, according to the Hefei institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Breakthroughs in drug research and development in China last year saw a number of new drugs become available to patients, a report released on Monday said. Of 39 major achievements in medicine in China last year, covering six areas including clinical medicine, basic medicine and public health, seven were related to pharmaceutical research and development - including the world's only new drug to treat Alzheimer's disease in the past 17 years - the report, released by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, said.
The world's oceans in 2019 were the warmest in recorded human history, a new article said Tuesday. Conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes worldwide, the study also found that global ocean temperatures keep rising and speeding up.
Dr. Oluwarotimi Williams SAMUEL obtained a Ph.D. degree in Pattern Recognition and Intelligent Systems from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing in 2018 courtesy of the CAS-TWAS president's fellowship, receiving several distinguished honors and awards during the program. And this is his story in China.
Quentin Montardy, gained CAS PIFI program at 2017, and became an assistant research fellow of the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Between Europe and China, he has lots of experiences and thoughts to share with you.
Laurent Pitre is a Researcher at the French Metrology Organization LNE-CNAM since 2000. He holds a Phd in Low Temperature Thermometry - below 1 Kelvin (1999), and has started his career with the European project “Ultra Low Temperature”. He has worked for two years at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Washington D.C. as a Guest Researcher, where he has started to conceive and develop a quasi spherical resonator applied for low temperature thermometry (2003-2005).
This Special Issue aims to highlight recent advances in ethnobotany on biodiversity conservation, especially the documentation, preservation, and maintenance of indigenous and local knowledge, as well as innovations and practices associated with plant resources.
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