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China Developing In-orbit Satellite Transport Vehicle[Jul 20, 2018]

China is developing a space vehicle to help transport orbiting satellites that have run out of fuel. The carrier, instead of refueling the satellite, will use a robotic arm to dock with it, and will then carry the satellite to maintain its original orbit. The vehicle will take about two years to complete.

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Study by Chinese, British Universities Finds New Ways to Regenerate Blood Vessels[Jul 16, 2018]

In the treatment of cardiovascular disease, implantation of artificial materials or devices has been widely used, such as artificial blood vessels. A joint study by Nankai University in China and King's College London could lead to a new approach to regenerating blood vessels. The findings may help make degradable grafts resembling natural blood vessels.

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Chinese Scientists Set off for 50th Ocean Research Expedition[Jul 16, 2018]

Chinese oceanographic research ship Xiangyanghong 03 departed for the country's 50th ocean research expedition Saturday in the western and eastern Pacific Ocean. The expedition will implement an agreement with the International Seabed Authority, carry out deep sea environmental protection research and, raise China's status in deep sea areas.

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China's Earth Observation Satellites Monitor Typhoon Maria[Jul 13, 2018]

China has been using two of its Earth observation satellites for emergency monitoring of Typhoon Maria, which made landfall Wednesday morning in Lianjiang County, east China's Fujian Province. The satellites, Gaofen-3 and Gaofen-4, monitored the typhoon Tuesday morning and obtained satellite images and data about areas Maria passed through.

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Research Gets New Impetus[Jul 11, 2018]

The State Council's decision to give greater autonomy to researchers has been widely hailed as the country seeks breakthroughs in key technologies. Researchers will be given greater control over their personnel, finance and other resources to boost enthusiasm and inject greater vitality into innovation.

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China Breaks into Top 20 Innovative Economies: WIPO Ranking[Jul 11, 2018]

China was among the top 20 most-innovative economies in the annual Global Innovation Index (GII) ranking published on Tuesday by Cornell University and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). China climbed to 17th from 22nd place last year, according to the ranking.


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