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Science China Press Co., Ltd. (SCP) is a scientific journal publishing company of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). For 50 years, SCP takes its mission to present to the world the best achievements by Chinese scientists on various fields of natural sciences researches. Working closely with scientists, and in pursuing high quality and using latest technologies, SCP has taken the leadership role in journal publication and dissemination in China. By an efficient network of peer-reviewing, editorial, marketing, production and distribution, SCP has won the trust of Chinese scientists: SCP is always the first choice when they decide where to publish their best and most important research results in China. SCP publishes 16 titles of academic journals of which 8 in English. These journals are sponsored both by CAS and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).

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Plants & Animals

Butterflies create jet propulsion with a clap of their wings

The whimsical, wafting flight of butterflies may not give the impression of top aerodynamic performance, but research published on Wednesday suggests their large flexible wings could be perfectly designed to give them a burst ...

Ecology

Protected areas vulnerable to growing emphasis on food security

Protected areas are critical to mitigating extinction of species; however, they may also be in conflict with efforts to feed the growing human population. A new study shows that 6% of all global terrestrial protected areas ...

General Physics

Do simulations represent the real world at the atomic scale?

Computer simulations hold tremendous promise to accelerate the molecular engineering of green energy technologies, such as new systems for electrical energy storage and solar energy usage, as well as carbon dioxide capture ...

Astronomy

NASA explores solar wind with new view of small sun structures

Scientists have combined NASA data and cutting-edge image processing to gain new insight into the solar structures that create the Sun's flow of high-speed solar wind, detailed in new research published today in The Astrophysical ...

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