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quantum;QUESS;Micius;quantum communication

China's Satellite Sends Unbreakable Cipher from Space[Aug 10, 2017]

Chinese scientists have become the first to realize quantum key distribution from a satellite to the ground, laying the foundation for building a hack-proof global quantum communication network. The achievement based on experiments conducted with the world's first quantum satellite, Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS), was published in the authoritative academic journal Nature on Thursday.

steady-state high confinement plasma;EAST

EAST Achieves 100s World Record Steady-state High Performance Plasma[Jul 05, 2017]

EAST superconducting tokamak made an advance in achieving a stable 101.2-second steady-state high confinement plasma, setting a world record in long-pulse H-mode operation on the night of July 3rd.

HXMT;X-ray telescope

China Launches its First Space-Based X-ray Telescope[Jun 15, 2017]

China's first homegrown X-ray telescope, which aims to survey the Milky Way to observe celestial sources of X-rays, lifted off into space on June 15. Onboard the CZ-4B rocket, the Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT) was launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, in northwest China.

Belt and Road Initiative;Belt and Road;international cooperation

Science, Innovation Cooperation to Benefit Belt and Road Countries[May 11, 2017]

China aims to complete a basic cooperation network in science and technology for countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative by 2030, it was announced Tuesday. Bai Chunli, president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said at a news briefing in Beijing that the network will be indispensable to the development of science and innovation by the middle of this century.

quantum computer;quantum;PAN Jianwei

Chinese Scientists Make Quantum Leap in Computing[May 03, 2017]

Chinese scientists have built world's first quantum computing machine that goes beyond the early classical computers, paving the way to the ultimate realization of quantum computing beating classical computers.

Tianzhou-1;Tianzhou;human organ;stem cell

China Exclusive: Can We Grow Human Organs in Space? Chinese Scientists Ask[Apr 24, 2017]

Scientists from the Institute of Zoology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) are conducting experiments on Tianzhou-1, which launched Thursday, to study the effects of micro-gravity on embryonic stem cell proliferation and differentiation...

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