Science

China Launches Relay Satellite as It Preps to Explore Dark Side of the Moon

China Launches Relay Satellite as It Preps to Explore Dark Side of the Moon

China successfully launched a relay communication satellite today as it prepares to send Chang’e-4, an explorer destined for the dark side of the moon, into orbit later this year.

May 21, 2018
Tang Shihua
China’s New Gravitational Wave Observation Station to Enter Operation in 2020

China’s New Gravitational Wave Observation Station to Enter Operation in 2020

China’s plans to build its highest-altitude gravitational wave observation station are progressing smoothly, and the first phase of construction is almost complete.

Mar 7, 2018
Liao Shumin
China’s Fudan University Scientists Develop Lithium Battery Resistant to Minus 70 Degrees Celsius

China’s Fudan University Scientists Develop Lithium Battery Resistant to Minus 70 Degrees Celsius

Scientists from Fudan University, one of China’s top higher education institutions, have developed a new lithium battery that can be…

Mar 1, 2018
Dou Shicong
Citic Guoan, Italy's ICE to Build Leonardo da Vinci Art and Science Town in East China

Citic Guoan, Italy's ICE to Build Leonardo da Vinci Art and Science Town in East China

Beijing-based state-owned Citic Guoan Group recently partnered with the Jiashan county government in East China’s Zhejiang province to invest CNY20…

Feb 27, 2018
Dou Shicong
China Creates First Real-Time Deep Sea Investigation Network in Pacific Ocean

China Creates First Real-Time Deep Sea Investigation Network in Pacific Ocean

Chinese scientific surveying ship Kexue (“Science”) returns to its home port on Feb. 7.

Feb 8, 2018
Yicai Global
China's First X-Ray Space Telescope Goes Into Service, Marking New Step in Astronomy Research

China's First X-Ray Space Telescope Goes Into Service, Marking New Step in Astronomy Research

China's first X-ray astronomical satellite, a hard X-ray modulation telescope named Insight has been officially put into service. The satellite…

Jan 31, 2018
Xu Wei
China Approves Construction of World’s Largest Radio Telescope in Xinjiang

China Approves Construction of World’s Largest Radio Telescope in Xinjiang

China’s National Development and Reform Commission, its top price setter and economic planner, has approved the construction of the world’s…

Jan 11, 2018
Tang Shihua
Nature Lists Chinese Physicist Among 2017’s Top 10 People Who Matter in Science

Nature Lists Chinese Physicist Among 2017’s Top 10 People Who Matter in Science

English science journal Nature has named Chinese physicist Jianwei Pan in the top 10 of its 2017 list of people who matter in science.

Dec 19, 2017
Liao Shumin
Two Chinese Mathematicians Awarded New Horizons in Mathematics Breakthrough Prize Dubbed ‘Oscars of Science’

Two Chinese Mathematicians Awarded New Horizons in Mathematics Breakthrough Prize Dubbed ‘Oscars of Science’

Two Chinese mathematicians have won the ‘Breakthrough Prize’ honoring the most outstanding achievements in the fields of life sciences, basic physics and mathematics, the Paper reported today.

Dec 4, 2017
Liao Shumin
Head Transplants Violate Chinese Regulations, Official Says

Head Transplants Violate Chinese Regulations, Official Says

Clinical tests like head transplants will probably never be allowed in China, Huang Jiefu, chairman of the country’s National Organ…

Nov 24, 2017
Xu Wei
China Completes Independently Developed High-Throughput 3D Bio-Printer

China Completes Independently Developed High-Throughput 3D Bio-Printer

A team of scientists from several Chinese regions yesterday released the nation’s first high-throughput integrated 3D biological printer, marking the highest level of 3D bio-printing in the country.

Nov 24, 2017
Zhang Xia
Two Chinese Scientists Bag Awards From French Academy of Sciences

Two Chinese Scientists Bag Awards From French Academy of Sciences

The French Academy of Sciences awarded this year’s Sophie Germain Prize and Dr. and Mrs. Henri Labbe Prize to France-based…

Nov 23, 2017
Chen Juan