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Nation Set to Better Nurture High-caliber Professionals

China will need better science education at an early age, optimizing the evaluation and appraisal process for such people, providing more opportunities for career mobility and progression, and more investment in research and development from the public and private sectors. The term human resources in science and technology refers to people who have completed their higher education, but also those who are employed in sci-tech related occupations without holding an academic degree. The size, structure and efficiency of a country's human resources in science and technology is a key indicator of the nation's innovative capability and potential.

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China Finds High-pressure Minerals from Chang'e-5 Lunar Soil for the First Time

Chinese scientists have identified two high-pressure minerals in lunar regolith samples brought back by Chang'e-5 for the first time. The discovery provides crucial evidence of the existence of impact ejecta from nearby craters in the sampling area of Chang'e-5, which had been hinted at through an analysis of previous remote sensing data.

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  • China-Pakistan Joint Scientific Research to Help Build Green CPEC

    Pakistan looks forwards to China-Pak joint scientific research for the building of Green China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The Pakistani Ambassador to China Moin ul Haque made the remarks when met with Huang Wenjiang, a Research Fellow of the Aerospace Information Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and Zhou Jinfeng, Secretary-General of China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) at the Embassy of Pakistan in Beijing on June 20.

  • Chinese Researchers Discover New Bacterial tRNA Species

    Chinese researchers have recently reported the discovery of a new bacterial transfer RNA (tRNA) species, which can help the synthesis of antibiotics, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

  • Chinese Scientists Find High-pressure Minerals in Chang'e-5 Samples for the First Time

    Chinese scientists found for the first time high-pressure minerals in the lunar regolith samples brought back by the Chang'e-5 lunar probe. The discovery provides important evidence of the presence of impact ejecta near the craters in the sampling area of Chang'e-5, which was previously determined through the analysis of remote sensing data. Chinese researchers from the Institute of Geochemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences found for the first time fragments of seifertite and stishovite, minerals formed from silicon dioxide at high temperatures and pressures, in the samples of lunar regolith. The sample also contained silicon dioxide and silica glass. This marks the first time for seifertite to be found in the samples from outside the Earth.

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