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Oxford University Signs Landmark Research Collaboration with China[Dec 08, 2017]

A number of key research agreements have been signed by the University of Oxford and its partner organizations in China, which include the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. The agreements have been made at the ongoing UK-China People-to-People Dialogue.

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China's Innovation Index Rises Steadily in 2016[Dec 08, 2017]

The China Innovation Index rose 5.7 percent year-on-year in 2016 to 181.2 points. The index comprises four sub-indices, which measure innovation environment, input, output and effects, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said in a statement.

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Chinese Scientists Begin 49th Ocean Expedition[Dec 07, 2017]

The research ship "Xiangyanghong 10" departed on China's 49th ocean expedition Wednesday, with scientists onboard set to explore polymetallic sulphide deposits in the southwest and northwest Indian Ocean. Scientists plan to conduct research including surveying polymetallic sulphide deposits, sampling biological gene resources, air-sea flux observations, and studying ocean structures.

Pudong;Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility;Shanghai Engineering Center for Microsatellites

Pudong Sets the Pace for High-tech Growth[Dec 06, 2017]

Pudong, or east of the Huangpu River, had been a synonym of countryside for these senior locals. China started developing Pudong in 1993. It now contributes one-third of Shanghai's GDP but houses onefifth of its population. Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Shanghai Engineering Center for Microsatellites, and other high-tech ceters are located in Pudong.

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China Plans Robot Moon Base[Dec 06, 2017]

Scientists are mulling a robot moon station, Chinese space experts said on Tuesday. The base can conduct bigger, more complicated research and experiments, according to space officials who announced the plan at an international symposium in Shanghai at the end of November.

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Scientists Mull Using Robots on Lunar Research Station[Dec 05, 2017]

Chinese scientists are discussing the possibility of building a lunar research station with robots on duty, a senior official from the China National Space Administration said recently. The unmanned lunar surface infrastructure should have long-term energy supply, with robots carrying out scientific research and technical experiments.


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