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  • World Laureates Forum kicks off in Shanghai


    The Third World Laureates Forum kicked off in Shanghai on Friday, with 140 major award winners due to address global science and technology issues.

  • BSC subgroup hosts sports pharmacology seminar in Beijing


    The Sports Medicine Academic Subgroup of the Biophysical Society of China (BSC) arranged a seminar on sports pharmacology in Beijing on Oct 25.

  • Researchers reveal mechanism for animals' social attraction


    A research group from the Institutes of Biophysics, at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, recently provided evidence that neurons in the central brain regions of the Drosophila genus of fruit flies regulate the tendency for social affiliation, a prerequisite for advanced social interactions. Its findings were published in a paper in the journal Nature Communications on Oct 22, providing a promising basis for elucidating the neural root of sociality.

  • BSC sets base in high school to promote science


    A new base to promote science was established by the Biophysical Society of China (BSC) at Xinghua High School in the Daxing district in Beijing on Oct 26.

  • Chinese researchers provide ideas for nanozymes designs


    A research group from the Institute of Biophysics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences recently published a paper in the journal Materials Today -- to illustrate the catalytic mechanism for nanozymes and clarify the key factors regulating their behavior, so as to provide ideas and inspiration for the de novo design of nanozymes.

  • Researchers reveal new biomarkers for early detection of diabetic vision loss


    Chinese researchers have discovered a group of new serum metabolite biomarkers with high sensitivity in early-stage detection of diabetic retinopathy (DR).

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