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Caught In the Act: Fossilized Remains Of A Nesting Dinosaur

For the first time ever, scientists have found a 70 million year old fossil in China capturing a dinosaur nesting on a clutch of unhatched eggs.

The Chinese Academy Of Sciences Flags 65 ‘Risky’ Journals

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has published a preliminary list of 65 ‘risky’ international journals, including periodicals from major publishers.

Rethinking The Rise Of The Third Pole

Researchers from China have found that the Tibetan plateau—also known as the world’s Third Pole—rose to its current height much later than previously thought.

Playing Hide And Seek With Medicinal Plants

By blending in with its surroundings, a plant traditionally used in Chinese medicine has evolved to evade harvesting by humans.

Revealing The True Scale Of The Reptile Trade

Nearly 40 percent of all known reptile species are being traded illegally, researchers find.

A Triple Threat Against Cancer

A three-in-one approach combining immune checkpoint inhibition, tumor microenvironment targeting and chemotherapy drugs could help tackle difficult-to-treat tumors.

SARS-CoV-2 Could Infect The Human Brain

Although it primarily impacts the lungs, SARS-CoV-2 could also infect the brain and cause problems there.

FAST Sheds Light On Extragalatic Dark Matter

FAST, the world's largest telescope, has detected neutral hydrogen emission from extragalactic galaxies for the first time.

Sun-Like Stars Reveal The Secret Life Of Lithium

In contrast to theoretical predictions, stars can produce lithium after they become red giants, challenging our current understanding of the origins of lithium.