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November 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 4
> Editorial
New physical science behind climate change: What does IPCC AR6 tell us?
--Tianjun Zhou
> News & Buzz
Toward post-2020 global biodiversity conservation: Footprint and direction in China
--Fuwen Wei
> News & Buzz
Legacy of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games
--Ning Wang et al.
> Commentary
DTDE: A new cooperative multi-agent reinforcement learning framework
--Guanghui Wen et al.
> Commentary
Mass spectrometry imaging-based multi-modal technique: Next-generation of biochemical analysis strategy
--Chao Zhao et al.
> Commentary
Changí»E-5 reveals the Moon's secrets to a longer life
--Ross N. Mitchell
> Commentary
2019nCoVRí¬A comprehensive genomic resource for SARS-CoV-2 variant surveillance
--Guoqing Lu et al.
> Commentary
Mechanism of action of favipiravir against SARS-CoV-2: Mutagenesis or chain termination?
--Lei Zhao et al.
> Perspective
Exposome in human health: Utopia or wonderland?
--Mingliang Fang et al.
> Article
Host-specific asymmetric accumulation of mutation types reveals that the origin of SARS-CoV-2 is consistent with a natural process
--Ke-Jia Shan et al.
> Report
Repeating fast radio bursts from collapses of the crust of a strange star
--Jinjun Geng et al.
> Report
A comprehensive framework for seasonal controls of leaf abscission and productivity in evergreen broadleaved tropical and subtropical forests
--Xueqin Yang et al.
> Report
Higher plant photosynthetic capability in autumn responding to low atmospheric vapor pressure deficit
--Yawen Wang et al.
> Report
Human-caused increases in reactive nitrogen burial in sediment of global lakes
--Mei Wang et al.
> Report
A dual-targeted multifunctional nanoformulation for potential prevention and therapy of Alzheimer's disease
--Dongju Zhao et al.
> Report
Behavioral innovation promotes alien bird invasions
--Daiping Wang et al.
> Report
Energy constrains to increasing complexity in the biosphere
--Gengyuan Liu et al.
> Report
Direct conversion of CO2 to a jet fuel over CoFe alloy catalysts
--Lei Zhang et al.
> Report
Enhanced catalytic performance of Pt by coupling with carbon defects
--Yan Dong et al.
> Report
Determining structures in a native environment using single-particle cryoelectron microscopy images
--Jing Cheng et al.
> Report
Urban-rural disparity of the short-term association of PM2.5 with mortality and its attributable burden
--Tao Liu et al.
> Review
Applications and potentials of nanopore sequencing in the (epi)genome and (epi)transcriptome era
--Shangqian Xie et al.
> Review
Greenspace and human health: An umbrella review
--Bo-Yi Yang et al.
> Review
Nanotechnology-enhanced immunotherapy for metastatic cancer
--Peisen Zhang et al.
> Review
Electro-responsive actuators based on graphene
--Yong-Lai Zhang et al.
> Review
Intelligent financial fraud detection practices in post-pandemic era
--Xiaoqian Zhu et al.
> Review
Artificial Intelligence: A Powerful Paradigm for Scientific Research
--Yongjun Xu et al.
> Review
Technologies and perspectives for achieving carbon neutrality
--Fang Wang et al.

 

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