A research team in China has conducted a study of yunnanozoans, extinct creatures from the early Cambrian period (518 million years ago), and discovered evidence that they are the oldest known stem vertebrates.
To quantify Nitric Oxide emission from forest soils, Prof. FANG Yunting’s team drawn from the Chinese Academy of Sciences has conducted an automated soil NO measurement experiment in Northeast China.
Through the effective application of genome editing, a team of Chinese researchers have developed a variety of wheat that is highly-resistant to diseases.
By using markers, a team of researchers have successfully assessed the information about artificial afforested populations, while investigating the effects of genetic diversity on afforestation and ecological restoration.
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) researchers, after a soil translocation experiment, discovered that subtropical forest carbon is sensitive to warming, while stimulating soil heterotrophic respiration.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking University and Zhujiang Hospital of Southern Medical University, have developed a ferritin (Fn)-based nanomedicine as efficient therapy against leukemia.
A study has revealed that carefully-designed policies for China’s food system and international trade will ensure that food security is attained in the Asian nation, without destroying its environment.
A group of Chinese scientists have finally created starch via the industrial manufacturing process, six years after launching their research.
Two new species of herbivorous giant sauropods have been found in a place where only flying pterosaurs were known. They provide a new insight into the ecology of this Chinese region during the Early Cretaceous.
The project that came into operations in June helps to develop key technologies for physics facilities.