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Chinese Scientists Make Ebola Virus Breakthrough, Raise Hope for Future Treatments[Mar 06, 2017]

Chinese scientists have discovered the way the Ebola virus infects healthy human cells, which they say will provide theoretical basis for treatment and vaccine developments. The discovery was made by the immune team of the Heilongjiang Province-based Harbin Veterinary Research Institute (HVRI) under the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

cargo spaceship;Tiangong II

China's 1st Cargo Spacecraft to Make Three Rendezvous with Tiangong II[Mar 06, 2017]

China's first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou I is expected to dock with the orbiting Tiangong II space lab three times after its planned launch in April. Tianzhou I will be sent into space from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in south China's Hainan Province aboard a Long March-7 Y2 carrier rocket.

experiment satellite;TK-1;remote sensing;telecommunication

China Launches Experiment Satellite "TK-1"[Mar 06, 2017]

China on Friday launched an experiment satellite, "TK-1", from northwestern Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center. "TK-1" is the first satellite independently developed by China Aerospace Science & Industry Corp. (CASIC) and will be used for remote sensing, telecommunications and experiments in minisatellite-based technologies.

plastic bottle;harmful chemical;bisphenol;BPA;bisphenol fluorene;plastic

Chinese Study Finds New Harmful Chemical in Plastic Bottles[Mar 03, 2017]

Concerns that bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical found in plastic water bottles, may have an unforeseen impact on people's reproductive system have led to it being increasingly phased out. But another chemical meant to replace BPA may be just as harmful, according to new research conducted by a Chinese team from Peking University and published this week in the science journal Nature Communications.

space station;core module;Tianhe-1

China to Launch Space Station Core Module in 2018[Mar 03, 2017]

China will launch a space station core module in 2018 as the first step in completing the country's first space outpost, according to a senior engineer with China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. (CASC) on Thursday. The core module of the space station, named "Tianhe-1" according to previous reports, will be launched on board a new-generation Long March-5 heavyweight carrier rocket.

Jiaolong;deep-sea exploration;submersible probe

China Deep-sea Submersible Probes Northwestern Indian Ocean[Mar 02, 2017]

Jiaolong, China's manned submersible, on Tuesday descended to 3,117 meters below sea level while operating in the northwestern Indian Ocean. The operation marked the 38th ocean scientific expedition by a Chinese team, and Jiaolong's first deep-sea exploration of the year.

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