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Database Boosts Shanghai's Technology Aim[Jun 22, 2017]

Shanghai is to set up a database of government subsided research. The idea is to allow agencies to help to pitch scientific projects and bring more resources to support projects from an early stage. The database initiative is part of an action plan to boost Shanghai's capacity to transform scientific and technological research results into commercial initiatives, the city's science and technology commission said yesterday.

innovation;development strategy;S&T

China's S&T Innovation Delivering Global Benefits[Jun 20, 2017]

China is achieving landmarks in science and technology at breakneck speed. A string of achievements including Tianzhou-1, X-ray spcace telescope and C919, shows the country's innovation-driven development strategy is paying off.

docking;space lab;Tianzhou-1

China's Cargo Spacecraft Completes Second Docking with Space Lab[Jun 20, 2017]

China's Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft completed its second docking with Tiangong-2 space lab at 2:55 p.m. Monday, after flying around the space lab. The two spacecraft completed their first in-orbit refueling on April 27 and their second in-orbit refueling on June 15.

supercomputer;TaihuLight;Tianhe

China's Two Supercomputers Still World's Fastest as U.S. Squeezed out of 3rd Place[Jun 20, 2017]

China's Sunway TaihuLight and Tianhe-2 are still the world's fastest and second fastest machines, but America's Titan was squeezed into fourth place by an upgraded Swiss system, according to the latest edition of the semiannual T0P500 list of supercomputers released Monday.

combustible ice;frozen crystal;energy revolution

China Leads the Pack[Jun 19, 2017]

Though still 15 years from commercial use, so-called combustible ice and its successful mining in China is seen as a breakthrough toward a global energy revolution. Chinese researchers have explored some 210,000 cubic meters of combustible ice trapped in frozen crystals in the South China Sea in the 30 days since a test drilling and production operation in early May. Daily production reached 6,800 cu m.

deep ocean;deep sea

In the Deep Ocean, China Stands out[Jun 19, 2017]

From extracting methane from the bottom of the sea to exploring trenches with submersibles, China is pushing forward technology and research on all fronts to unravel the mysteries of the deep. The deep sea is often regarded as Earth's final frontier. Its exploration can yield a better understanding of how organisms adapt and live in extreme environments.

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