/   Home   /   Newsroom   /   Research in China
twin satellite;BeiDou

China Launches New Twin BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellites[Jul 30, 2018]

China sent twin satellites into space via a single carrier rocket, entering a period with unprecedentedly intensive launches of BeiDou satellites. The Long March-3B carrier rocket lifted off from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Southwest China's Sichuan province at 9:48 am, the 281st mission of the Long March rocket series.

exascale supercomputer;Tianhe-3;Tianhe

China's Prototype of Exascale Supercomputer Passes Tests[Jul 27, 2018]

The research and development of the prototype of China's new-generation exascale supercomputer Tianhe-3 is complete. Jointly developed by the National University of Defense Technology and the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin,the prototype passed the acceptance tests by the hi-tech center of the Ministry of Science and Technology on July 22.

3D nanofabrication;nanofabrication;

Chinese Researchers Use Ice to Develop 3D Nanofabrication Method[Jul 25, 2018]

Chinese researchers have created a 3D nanofabrication method by using ice and fabricated 3D nanostructures. The entire 3D nanofabrication process is realized in a vacuum. This technique using ice shows the potential in the fabrication of complicated 3D nanodevices.

photocatalyst;water purification;

Chinese University Develops New Photocatalyst to Purify Water[Jul 25, 2018]

A photocatalyst is a substance that can help cause a light-catalyzed reaction. A research team from Southwest Petroleum University in Sichuan Province has developed a low-cost, high-efficiency photocatalyst that uses visible light to purify water. After four months of research, they developed a new photocatalyst Reac-O2 with good visible light absorption performance.

nanoscale particle;particle

Chinese, U.S. Physicists Yield Co-research Fruits of Nanoscale Particles[Jul 23, 2018]

Chinese and U.S. physicists have produced record-breaking nanoscale particles that spin 1 million times faster than a jet engine, a discovery that Chinese experts said shows that scientists from both countries yearn to cooperate against the backdrop of a U.S. scientific blockade.

Arctic Ocean;ocean circulation pattern;Xuelong

Ocean Expedition Heads into Arctic for Studies[Jul 20, 2018]

The Chinese icebreaker Xuelong will set out for northern seas on Friday to continue its research of the Arctic Ocean's environment, ocean circulation patterns and natural resources. For the first time, it will search for new environmental pollutants. Measuring ocean acidification and the spread of microplastics will continue to be major parts of the expedition this year-a planned 22,800-km voyage-after they were studied for the first time last year.


Contact Us


Chinese Academy of Sciences

Add: 52 Sanlihe Rd., Xicheng District, Beijing, China  

Postcode: 100864 

Tel: 86-10-68597521 (day)   86-10-68597289 (night)

Fax: 86-10-68511095 (day)  86-10-68512458 (night)

E-mail: cas_en@cas.cn

Contact Us

Copyright © 2002 - Chinese Academy of Sciences