Posts Tagged ‘Chengdu’

CRISPR gene-editing technique used in humans for the first time

For the first time, cells edited using the CRISPR-Cas9 technique have been injected into a human as part of a clinical trial involving a patient with aggressive lung cancer that was conducted at the West China Medical Center in Chengdu, according to a new report published by Nature. A team led by Lu You at […]

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Biggest building in the world rivals Monaco in size

(Image: AFP/Getty) They must have needed all the champagne in the Chinese city of Chengdu to celebrate the opening of the largest building in the world on 1 July. …

Sulfur-Based Battery Has Four Times The Energy Of Lithium-Ion

Image Caption: A new all-solid lithium-sulfur battery developed by an Oak Ridge National Laboratory team led by Chengdu Liang has the potential to reduce cost, increase performance and improve safety compared with existing designs. Credit: Oak Ridge Na…

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