Electric vehicles powered by all-climate batteries are to debut at the Beijing Winter Olympics, thanks to a technological breakthrough by a team headed by Wang Chaoyang, a professor at Pennsylvania State University and a member of the U.S. National Academy of Inventors.
The research, published in the journal Science, analyzed ammonia's contribution to global PM2.5 pollution and its impacts on human health, an area that hadn't been addressed before.
On October 29, 2021, the first one-stop service center for foreigners working in China (Hunan) Pilot Free Trade Zone was launched in Changsha Area.
There is an asteroid in the vast night sky and a crater on the dark side of the moon, both of which are named after an ancient Chinese scientist. His name was Zu Chongzhi (429-500), an outstanding mathematician, astronomer and inventor in the era of the Northern and Southern Dynasties in China.
The borders between countries, in its classic meaning, no longer exist. Societies are open to each other, and information is being spread more extensively than it was ever before. Communication between humans on urbanized continents is becoming smoother and faster day after day.
Professor Roger T. Ames is a Canadian-born philosopher and Humanities Chair Professor at Peking University, who has made an outstanding contribution to the research and promotion of Chinese culture and philosophy, as well as Chinese and Western comparative philosophy.
Chinese President Xi Jinping called on the international community to take concrete actions to address climate change and energy issues on October 31, while addressing the 16th G20 Leaders' Summit via video link in Beijing.
Lately, in the new Times Higher Education annual Reputation Ranking, Tsinghua University was named the 10th most prestigious university in the world, and China also saw Peking University at 15, five universities in the top 100 and other five new universities ranked altogether, making a record 17 in the top 200.
This is the first global alliance of universities on talent cultivation and scientific research cooperation, in terms of carbon neutrality technologies.
China has put forward its innovation-driven development strategy, and talented personnel are seen as central to technological advancement. Major Chinese cities have adopted different measures to grow the domestic and foreign talent pool to drive sci-tech innovation.
China held a ceremony in Beijing?for?honoring people fighting COVID-19 with national medals?on September?8.?To?know?more?about?the?international?reactions,?Science?and?Technology?Daily?Reporter?Zhang?Jiaxing?interviewed?Dr. Lawrence Banks?and Dr. Alessandro Marcello?from?International?Centre?Engineering?and?Biotechnology.