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Institute of Urban Environment Has Made A Progress In Anthropogenic Arsenic Cycles 2017-03-01
Property Investigation for Microbial Nano-catalyst Putting on Carbon Outerwear 2017-03-01
Team of scientists uncover bacterial resistance to arsenic protects against protist killing 2017-02-21
Traditional size-fractionated filtering-based metabarcoding can't discriminate planktonic microbi... 2017-02-16
Scientists reveal large scale pollution of estuarine wetland with antibiotic resistant genes due ... 2017-02-03
Institute of Urban Environment has made a new progress in how eutrophication influence the biogeo... 2016-05-11
Institute of Urban Environment has made a new progress in the effects of water level fluctuations... 2016-11-01
Institute of Urban Environment has revealled Long-term field application of sewage sludge leads t... 2016-11-01
Institute of Urban Environment has made a new progress in the field of Tracking urban carbon foot... 2016-10-31
Institute of Urban Environment has made a new progress in how titanium dioxide nanoparticles infl... 2016-10-31
Device detecting activities of full-size flue gas denitration catalyst was put into operation 2016-03-22
Aquatic Quality and Safety group has make progress in studying horizontal transfer of antibiotic ... 2016-02-15
IUE has made progress in the research how polychlorinated biphenyls influence on molecular mechan... 2016-09-22
Environmental biotechnology research team has made progress in anaerobic digestion of urban sludge 2016-09-06
Atmospheric environmental research team has made progress in flue gas denitration catalysts 2016-09-06
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