Month: July 2023

New Chinese high-speed train targets 1,000 km/h The “New High-Speed Train” theme science and education exhibition held by the Aerospace Science and Technology Group opened in Beijing on April 23. According to what was revealed at the exhibition, there has been a new development in the “new high-speed train” that China is developing. China’s first full-scale superconducting running test has recently […]

Taiwan collaborates with Indonesia on research to reduce and effectively use waste Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech) is conducting research on waste reduction, sustainable use of materials, and clean production methods through its Science and Technology Innovation Center, which opened last year as a joint initiative with Indonesian academic institutions. Taiwan Tech, Indonesia’s Institute of Technology Surabaya (ITS), Widya Mandala Catholic University (WMSCU), and […]

CAS center maps Rhesus monkey brain The renowned academic journal Cell published a research paper on “Rhesus Monkey Cerebral Cortex Single Cell Spatial Distribution Map” in its online edition on April 12, Beijing time. This research has produced the world’s first single-cell spatial distribution map of the rhesus monkey cerebral cortex at single-cell resolution. The research was conducted by a […]

China adds important contributions to low-carbon tech innovations China contributes to global green development with low-carbon tech innovation (Xinhua) 10:45, July 20, 2023     This aerial photo taken on June 29, 2023 shows photovoltaic canopies at the energy port of an industrial park in Sanjiang New Area of Yibin, southwest China’s Sichuan province. (Xinhua/Jiang Hongjing) BEIJING, July 20 (Xinhua) — China has […]

Wondfo Biotech launches joint laboratory training center at University of Nairobi, Kenya Guangzhou’s Wondfo Biotech Company Limited, a Chinese manufacturer and distributor of diagnostic equipment, launched a laboratory training center jointly with the faculty of health sciences at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. It will boost point-of-care testing for infectious and lifestyle diseases in the country. The joint laboratory training center will be housed at […]

International Astronomical Union names asteroid after Chinese archeologist Fan Jinshi,Group%20for%20Small%20Bodies%20Nomenclature. An asteroid has been named after Chinese archaeologist Fan Jinshi in recognition of her contribution to the protection, study, and promotion of the Mogao Grottoes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Dunhuang in northwest China’s Gansu Province. The asteroid coded 381323 was discovered by astronomers from the Purple Mountain Observatory under the Chinese Academy of […]

“Telekinesis” of bacteria with a view on targeted cancer therapy Acoustic tweezers can control target movement through the interaction of momentum between an acoustic wave and an object. Due to their high tissue penetrability and strong acoustic radiation force, such tweezers overcome the limitations of optical and magnetic tweezers, thus making them suitable for in-vivo cell manipulation. A research team led by Prof. ZHENG Hairong […]

There are now over 5,000 Chinese S&T periodicals, and about 10% are in English According to the “Blue Book on the Development of Chinese Science and Technology Periodicals (2022)” recently released by the China Association for Science and Technology, the total number of Chinese science and technology periodicals has reached 5,071, and their academic influence is increasing. By the end of 2021, Chinese language accounted for their overwhelming […]

China to study animal growth and pregnancy in space On China’s space station, zebrafish are studied in terms of fish-microbe interactions in a small closed system. Zebrafish can be used for research on bone loss and the expression and function of target genes. A sub-chief designer of the space system is reported to have said, “In the future, we plan to conduct experiments using mice […]

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