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China Moves Higher in Global Innovation Index: Report[Aug 21, 2017]

The national innovation index report 2016-2017 by the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development (CASTED) shows China moved one place higher in 2016, surpassing Belgium. It is the only developing country among the top 20 on the index.

nanomaterials;nano technology;environmental pollution

Chinese, Mexican Scientists Expect Nano Technology to Tackle Environmental Pollution[Aug 21, 2017]

Chinese scientist ZhANG Lin, with South China University of Technology, maintained that heavy metal does not only come from industrial solid wastes, but also from the process of treating wastewater containing heavy metal via using nanomaterials. She then introduced her innovative way to reduce this side effect.

metallic glass;wastewater;atomic structure

New 'Metallic Glass' Purifies Wastewater Quickly and Cheaply[Aug 18, 2017]

A Chinese-Australian scientist from Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Western Australia has discovered a fast and cost-saving way to purify wastewater, according to a post on the university's website on Wednesday.

nano material;aviation material;nano aluminum alloy;ceramic;aluminum

Light, Strong Alloy May Alter Design of Aircraft[Aug 07, 2017]

A new kind of nano material developed by domestic researchers is expected to become the next-generation aviation material and boost the development of the country's homegrown large passenger aircraft. The nano ceramic aluminum alloy was developed by the research team from the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

micromotion sensor;eye blink;eyeglasses;micromotion;human-machine;sensor

Human-machine Future Seen in Blink of an Eye[Aug 03, 2017]

A team of Chinese scientists recently invented a micromotion sensor that allows people to control devices and type text by blinking their eyes, according to a paper published in an international science journal. The sensor is fixed to special eyeglasses and applied through two real-time human-machine interfacesa smart home control system and a wireless hands-free typing system.

atomic clock;mercury ion clock;Beidou system

China Developing Atomic Clock for Beidou System[Jul 31, 2017]

China is developing a new generation of atomic clock, which it aims to use on the Beidou Navigation Satellite System, according to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASTC) Friday. Scientists will establish an experimental mercury ion clock system to conduct scientific tests within the next four years, promoting the development of the Beidou system.

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