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This website, mostly in English, occasionally in German language, contains a selection of latest developments in science, technology, science policy and S&T-related business in China, with some focus on the biosciences.

It succeeds, on a largely expanded information base, the website “Window-to-China”, www.window-to-china.eu which will be maintained for searches but is not further updated.

All information on both websites was and is retrieved from public sources, predominantly in Chinese, Japanese and English language, which we cite.

Disclaimer: all articles are reproduced for the purpose of conveying up-to-date information from China, and without any commercial interest. If there should be sources labeled incorrectly or violating legitimate rights and interests, please contact the author with proof of ownership. We will promptly correct and delete, thank you.

News of the month

2022/04: China’s “Earth 2.0” satellite, to be launched in 2026, is hoped to find a dozen of earth-like planets

China is planning an "Earth 2.0" mission to detect exoplanets similar to Kepler-186f.  Scientists have discovered more than 5,000 exoplanets in our galaxy, most of them by NASA's Kepler space telescope. Some of them are Earth-like rocky objects orbiting small red...

2022/03: Chinese antarctic teams are envied by their neighbours for fresh vegetables and fruits grown in antarctic plant factories

Until 2014, the supply of fresh vegetables was a major problem plaguing China's Antarctic scientific expeditions. As Antarctica entered its long winter, scientific observers had to overwinter with only a few vegetables, such as Chinese cabbage. Then Dr. Wang Cheng, a...

2022/02: China reports progress in the South-to-North Water Diversion Project

China has established a water control infrastructure system that is currently the largest in scale, widest in scope, and has the largest population of beneficiaries in the world. The Ministry of Water Affairs has announced that it will implement the National Water...

2022/01: Irrigation goes solar for shelterbelt in Taklimakan desert

Rroadside shelter forests along a road crossing in Taklimakan, China's largest desert in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, will soon be irrigated using purely solar power, local authorities said. By March this year, 86 new photovoltaic power stations...

Disclaimer: all articles are reproduced for the purpose of conveying up-to-date information from China, and without any commercial interest. If there should be sources labeled incorrectly or violating legitimate rights and interests, please contact the author with proof of ownership. We will promptly correct and delete, thank you

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