• Nanotechnology Makes It Possible for Mice to See in Infrared

    ​Mice with vision enhanced by nanotechnology were able to see infrared light as well as visible light, reports a study published February 28 in the journal Cell. A single injection of nanoparticles in the mice’s eyes bestowed infrared vision for up to 10 weeks with minimal side effects, allowing them to see infrared light even during the day and with enough specificity to distinguish between different shapes. These findings could lead to advancements in human infrared vision technologies, includ

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  • A New Raising Trend of Campus Culture: USTC "Praise" Wechat Groups
    [2019-03-20] "Praise" wechat group, or namely "quaqua" group is becoming popular among universities. What is "praise" wechat group and why it goes viral? Let's take a look of this new...
  • USTC Scientists Realize High-Fidelity Optical OAM Communication Under Highly Scattering En...
    [2019-03-18] The orbital angular momentum (OAM) of light has been taken as a promising degree of freedom in multiplexing data. Because the OAM of light could offer the unlimited chann...
  • USTC Dragon Boat Team Wins the First Prize in Anhui University Dragon Boat Open
    [2019-03-15] the 2019 Anhui University Dragon Boat Open Tournament is held on March 7 and 8 at the Zipeng Scenic Spots, Hefei, Anhui. dragon boat team of University of Science and Tec...
  • USTC firstly realizes self-testing of Bell state measurements
    [2019-03-15] The CAS key lab of quantum information makes an important progress in the study of quantum entanglement networks: Li Chuan-Feng, Chen Geng and their colleagues have reali...
  • LrNK Cells Can Maintain Liver Immune Tolerance
    [2019-03-11] USTC researchers discovered that liver-resident NK cells can negatively regulate the antiviral immune response of T cells and its mechanisms, which was published in Immu...
  • [ScienceNews]Merging magnetic blobs fuel the sun’s huge plasma eruptions
    [2019-03-07] ​Solar plasma eruptions are the sum of many parts, a new look at a 2013 coronal mass ejection shows.
  • USTC Researchers First Validated Quantum Steering Ellipsoids
    [2019-03-05] USTC researches made the first experimental validation of quantum steering ellipsoids.
  • First Domestically Built Near-infrared Sky Brightness Monitor Successfully Installed
    [2019-03-01] USTC researchers first domestically built near-infrared sky brightness monitor and successfully put into operation in Antarctica Kunlun Station.
  • NMRS Make It More Clearer to See the Crucial Cancer Target Ras
    [2019-02-22] Prof. LONG Dong's made great progress on allosteric dynamics of the cancer gene dominated protein called Ras by applying the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy(NMRS)...
  • [China Daily]Chinese Quantum Physics Team Honored
    [2019-02-15] Newcomb Cleveland Prize, the oldest award of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, was awarded for research done by scientists in China for the first t...
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