CAS embraces its big scientific public outreach each May. They call it the CAS Science Week. It means at a certain weekend in May, every CAS institute launches its brand public outreach campaign in different ways to show and tell the public what is science and how science changes our lives. We have the volunteer team in HFIPS telling the story of science island. This time, we invited WANG Teng from ASIPP, HFIPS to tell us more...
Graphene-based materials can be obtained using various reducing agents, many of which are dangerous and toxic chemicals. The obtained graphene-based materials are prone to aggregation, which limits their practical applications. Therefore, looking for other synthetic methods to produce high-quality graphene-based materials, including the use of green natural products, has become a new trend.
Chinese scientists have set a new world record of achieving a plasma temperature of 120 million degrees Celsius for 101 seconds in the latest experiment on Friday, a key step toward the test running of a fusion reactor. The breakthrough was announced by Gong Xianzu, a researcher at the Institute of Plasma Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (ASIPP), who is in charge of the experiment conducted in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province.
Recently，a research group led by CHU Yannan and HUANG Chaoqun, from Institute of Health & Medical Technology, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), successfully developed an effective method for on-site detection of methamphetamine using pyridine as a dopant by ion mobility spectrometry. The relevant results were published in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry.
Recently, a research team led by YU Jie and CHEN Zhibin, Institute of Nuclear Safety Technology, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS), has made a new progress in researching physical properties of working fluids in space reactor nuclear power generation system.