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Do you think there are too many scientific papers coming out of China? Think again. As our special focus on China highlights, improvements in quality over quantity are inevitable.
As economic competition in the region increases, Hong Kong has to reinvent itself as a knowledge-based society.
The fast-paced economic development in China needs to be complemented by strong support for fundamental research, particularly in the materials sciences.
Nature Materials spoke to Lu Yongxiang, President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, on the roles that the academy and its more than 100 research-related institutions have in advancing science and technology in China.
The in vivo characteristics of the extracellular matrix, such as biochemical, mechanical and flow properties, are a challenge to mimic in vitro. Now, a three-dimensional hydrogel structure with integrated multiple phases shows promise as such a model.
The propagation of submillimetre cracks reveals how the numerous internal structural dimensions in bone lead to a toughness that varies with orientation and scale.
Colloidal nanocrystals randomly turn their photoluminescence off and on under continuous light illumination. Growing thick shells around the crystals can reduce the blinking effect dramatically, with great potential advantage for applications.
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