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Infrared Cameras Used by Chinese Researchers to Monitor Antarctica's Snow Petrel[Feb 14, 2019]

Chinese researchers have begun using infrared cameras to monitor Antarctica's snow petrel, a key indicator species of the local marine ecosystem. It's an advanced method to use infrared cameras in monitoring wild animals, and the camera's use has enabled automatic monitoring on the bird's life in the area of Zhongshan Station.

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China's Chang'e-4 Probe Switches Back to Dormant Mode[Feb 13, 2019]

The lander and the rover of the Chang'e-4 probe have been switched to dormant mode for the lunar night after working stably during China's Spring Festival, according to China's Lunar and Deep Space Exploration Center. The rover will be woken up on Feb. 28 and the lander on March 1.

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Chinese Researchers Develop Humanized Mouse Model to Study Hepatitis B[Feb 12, 2019]

Chinese researchers from China's Xiamen University and Zhejiang University have developed a humanized mouse model to study liver cirrhosis development induced by hepatitis B virus infection. They transplanted hBMSCs into mice. the mice show robust differentiation and proliferation of functional human hepatocytes and multiple immune cells.

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Chinese Researchers in Antarctica Arrive at Zhongshan Station After Six-day Journey[Feb 11, 2019]

A total of 37 members on China's 35th Antarctic research mission on Friday night arrived at the Zhongshan Station after a six-day 520-km journey amid storms. The Taishan team completed the construction project of the supporting facilities, and the Kunlun team conducted research works on astronomy, ice berg and surveying and mapping, among other things.

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China's Expedition Team Installs New Meteorological Station on Antarctic Ice Sheet[Feb 11, 2019]

China's 35th Antarctic expedition team on Thursday set up a new automatic meteorological station, some 100 km away from the Zhongshan Station, a Chinese research base in Antarctica. The devices will be used to collect information on temperature, relative humidity as well as wind direction and speed in Antarctica.

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China's High-tech Manufacturing Sector Maintains Fast Growth[Feb 11, 2019]

China's high-tech manufacturing industry grew fast in 2018, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). The value added of the high-tech manufacturing and equipment manufacturing industries rose 11.7 percent and 8.1 percent year on year respectively, while the electronic manufacturing sector surging by 13.1 percent, higher than that of the overall manufacturing industry.


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