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New Semester Begins 231 Makeshift Schools in Quake-hit Region
[2014-09-02]
1409513431_lPktqC.jpg A new semester began on Monday in 231 makeshift schools in southwest China's Yunnan Province, where a 6.5-magnitude earthquake killed more than 600 people on Aug. 3. In Longquan Middle School at Longtoushan Township, the epicenter of the quake, more than 3,000 students attended psychological counseling during their first class period.
 
Massive Neutrino Experiment Proposed in China
[2014-09-01]
JUNO-s.jpg Physicists have proposed building one of the largest-ever neutrino experiments in the city of Jiangamen, China, about 60 miles outside of Hong Kong. It could help answer a fundamental question about the nature of neutrinos. The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory, or JUNO, gained official status in 2013 and established its collab...
 
China Pursues 52 km Collider Project
[2014-09-01]
捕获.JPG Particle physicists in China have unveiled plans to build a huge 52 km particle collider that would smash electrons and positrons together to study the Higgs boson in unprecedented detail. The so-called “Higgs factory”, if given government approval, would be built by 2028 and put the country at the forefront of international particle...
 
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Fossil Leaves of Elaeagnus First Found in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
  [2014-09-01]
ABA Receptor PYL8 Identified as Promoter in Lateral Root Growth
  [2014-08-28]
Research Reveals Water-air Interface CO2 Emission in Danjiangkou Reservoir
  [2014-08-27]
De novo Morphogenesis of Testis Reveals Critical Role of c-kit+ Cells in Testicular Development
  [2014-08-27]
YAP Inhibits Transdifferentiation of Lung Adenocarcinoma to Squamous Cell Carcinoma through ZEB2-dependent DNp63 Repression
  [2014-08-27]
International Cooperation News -more
QBI to Establish World’s Largest International Research Centre for Dementia
  [2014-08-27]
Light Ranks Fourth in Optics Journal Category with First Impact Factor of 8.476
  [2014-08-18]
JUNO International Collaboration Established
  [2014-07-30]
Professors Earn Highly Cited Researchers Distinction
  [2014-07-29]
IMHE Signs MoU with University of the Punjab
  [2014-07-23]
Upcoming Conferences -more
7th National Symposium on Ethnobotany and 6th Asia-Pacific Forum on Ethnobotany
  [2014-07-29]
First Sino–Canada Workshop on Biomass Transformation and Commercial Opportunities
  [2014-05-30]
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China Launches Birth Defects Research
[2014-09-02]
editor_1346036384_8900.jpg Chinese experts on Friday kicked off a research project looking into birth defects and genetic disorders, as 900,000 babies are born with mental or physical disabilities each year in the country. The figure makes up about 5.6 percent of all newborns, said the Ministry of Technology when announcing the research, which will cover 79 major categories of birth defects and genetic disorders and involve surveys and analysis of biological samples.
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Several Shanghai scientists announced today that an international team they led has discovered a molucular structure that relates to blood clotting in humans and could lead to new treatments for cardiovascular diseases. Their findings were published today in the scientific journal Nature.
 
China Wildlife Conservation Effort
Address by H.E. LI Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Global Research Council
The 17th General Assembly of the Members of CAS
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