A Cell Press partner journal
See the unseen. Change the unchanged.
The Innovation ¡ª published by Cell Press in partnership with members of the Youth
Innovation Promotion Association (YIPA),a part of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences¡ªis a new broad-scope, open access journal publishing basic and applied
research that has impact for the benefit of society.
On the cover: Medicine is the practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. With the advances in medical science, human beings are getting both longer life spans and higher quality of life. From herbs to molecular signatures, humankind is experiencing a transition from traditional medicine to personalized medicine: the right treatment to the right patient at the right time. However, it is not so easy to achieve this goal because the etiology of most diseases and disorders is still unclear. From description to association, numerous researchers are working together to decipher the mechanisms behind disease. To address such challenges, more and more global collaborations are badly needed to include experts from all disciplines: not just doctors, scientists and administration staff, but also engineers, technicians and marketing managers. Not limited to a fish-eye view, we humans should widen our vision and get more deep insights beyond the human community. That is the right way to assure sustainable healthcare for humanity.
  Related comments
Add comment (English only)
Name*:  
E-mail:  
Telephone:  
Code:    
Comments*:
Position: Home > issue > May 10, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 3
LHAASO and the galactic cosmic rays
Category:   Commentary   Download:  PDF  Figure  Endnote
Author: Ruizhi Yang

Cosmic rays (CRs) are relativistic charged particles in the interstellar medium (ISM). They are mainly protons (hydrogen nuclei) with about 10% fraction of helium nuclei and smaller abundances of heavier elements. CR is an important component in ISM. In our Galaxy, the energy density of CRs is similar to that of the magnetic fields and interstellar radiation fields (ISRF). CRs also determine the ionization rate and heating of gas in the dense core of molecular clouds, thus play a leading role in the astro-chemistry processes therein and control the star-forming processes. More than a century has passed since Hess discovered the extra-terrestrial origin of CRs (in 1912), yet the origin of CRs still remains as a mystery. 





Host
ISSN 2666-6758
Publishing partner
Journal links
 
Academic co-partner
SHANGHAI INSTITUTE OF APPLIED PHYSICS, CAS
INSTITUTE OF MICROBIOLOGY, CAS
XI'AN INSTITUTE OF OPTICS AND PRECISION MECHANICS, CAS
 
Collections

Air Pollution
Astronomy
Cancer
Chemistry & Materials
COVID-19
Environment Changes
Geoscience
Life Science & Medicine
Physics
ScienceX / Interdiscipline

 
Stay connected
  the.innovation.journal
  the.innovation.journal
  The Innovation
  TheInnovation´´ÐÂ
  TheInnovation´´ÐÂ
  The_Innovation
  office@the-innovation.org
  Official£º
Astronomy£º
Chemistry£º
Geoscience£º
Informatics£º
Life Science£º
Management£º
Materials£º
Medicine£º
Physics£º
ScienceX£º

@The_InnovationJ
@Innov_Astronomy
@InnovationChem
@Innov_Geosci
@Innov_inf
@Innov_LifeSci
@Innov_MGT
@Innov_Materials
@Innov_Medicine
@InnovationPhys
@Innov_ScienceX

  Copyright © 2019-2022 the-innovation.org All Rights Reserved