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New clues to explain mechanism of HIV infection in pig-tailed macaques
Recent studies made by a group of CAS scientists may shed light on a new approach for demystifying the complicated pathogenesis of the AIDS, i.e., the formative mechanism of HIV infection at the molecular level. The pioneering work provides new clues for stemming the genetic pathway needed for propagation of the killer epidemic. The research result has been published by two monographic journals... more
DM Mussel Project was started in Lake Yilong, Shiping County
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CAS scientist receives Cheung Kong Award
The first prize of the 2006 Cheung Kong Achievement Awards went to Prof. ZHANG Yaping (Ya-ping Zhang), an expert in molecular evolution and population genetics from the CAS Kunming Institute of Zoology (KIZ), and Prof. Zhai Wanming from the Southwest Jiaotong University. The awarding ceremony was held on 28 March at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. State Councilor CHEN Zhili and Chinese... more
Scientists reveal monkey brain's control over its eye's movement
 Eyes will be closed in a dust wind, and a dodge will be made when facing danger... Animals will run away or take protective measures by instinct in the face of outside threats. Therefore, from the point of view of adaptation and survival, all sensory information processed in the brain is for the animal to take appropriate actions.
  How does the brain control our body, through the movement r... more
CAS forum for young scientists held in Yunnan
 Co-organized by the CAS Graduate University (GUCAS) and the CAS Kunming Branch, the 2007 Science100, a CAS annual forum for outstanding young scientist, was opened on 28 November at the CAS Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) in southwest China's Yunnan Province, bringing together more than 90 experts and scholars from various CAS institutions across the country.
  The opening spe... more
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