New results about particle correlations in relativistic heavy ion collisions
Intercalation and diffusion of lithium ions in a carbon nanotube bundle by ab initio molecular dynamics simulations
Physicists from China and the World Nab New Record for Heaviest Antimatter-Antihelium-4
Materials Science: Antiseptic Silver Slivers
High-Gain Harmonic-Generation SDUV-FEL at Saturation
3D DNA Nanostructure-Based Biosensor Platform for DNA Detection Developed
Washable Waterproof Cotton Fabrics
Map-Shaped DNA-Origami Chip Developed
Advancement on novel graphene-based antibacterial paper
Biosensing Strategies Via Exploiting Biomolecular Conformational Changes!
The important membrane protein structures of apoptosome are published on 《Cell》by users of SSRF Macromolecular beamline
Lead in Children’s Blood Is Mainly Caused by Coal-Fired Ash after Phasing out of Leaded Gasoline in Shanghai
The SSRF XAFS Beamline (BL14W1) user work was published on Science Magazine
Graphene-on-Au(111): a Highly Conductive Material with Excellent Adsorption Properties for High-Resolution Bio-/Nano- detection and Identification
Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics researchers play lead role in significant new discovery of the first Exotic Antimatter Detected at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC)
Multicolor molecular beacons are constructed from relatively large gold nanoparticles self-assembled with stem–loop probes and helper oligonucleotides.
SSRF was checked and accepted by the National Development and Reform Commission on January 19, 2010.
The 4th AOFSRR was successfully held in Shanghai, China
International workshop on nuclear dynamics in heavy-ion reactions and the symmetry energy (IWND09)
Successful Commisioning of the Hard X-ray Microfocus Beamline and the First In-Vacuum Undulator Development in SSRF