Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences signed agreement with RWTH Aachen University via on-line on September 3 to joint establish a center of biotechnology, during the 3rd Aachen Protein Engineering Symposium (AcES). The center is targeted to build an exchange and collaboration platform in biotechnology to promote the joint R&D, staff exchange, information & resources sharing, technology transfer and industrialization between the two sides.
Zheng Zhemin, an academician of both the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering and a winner of the State Scientific and Technological Award, died of disease at 97 on Wednesday. Zheng, born in Jinan, East China's Shandong province on Oct 2, 1924, devoted himself to research in the areas of elastic mechanics, explosive processing and underground nuclear detonations.
Computer Network Information Center (CNIC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Committee on Data for International Science Council co-hosted hybrid events to launch the Global Open Science Cloud (GOSC) on June 28, 2021. With initial funding from the CAS, the project will be coordinated by CNIC and CODATA as an important early project of CODATA Decadal Programme: Making Data Work for Cross-Domain Grand Challenges. The project will promote discussions towards agreements and preliminary demonstrations on technical and policy alignment between established and emerging open science platforms.
The Platform of Advanced Photon Source (PAPS) technology R&D project started operation on June 28, with equipment such as the radio frequency and cryogenic systems, and magnet measurement and X-ray optical inspection devices coming into service. Among the first group of research platform projects in Beijing, the PAPS project is the first to pass scientific acceptance and begins operation. PAPS provides strong support for construction, testing and technology R&D for the High Energy Proton Source (HEPS).
A research team from the Institutes of Science and Development developed a more scientific and reasonable method for technology structure discovery. A research team from the Institutes of Science and Development (CASISD) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, developed a more scientific and reasonable method for technology structure discovery. The purpose of the report is to describe current global technological landscape, enabling experts and policymakers to intuitively observe the development trend of frontier technologies and allow science and technology to better serve the economy objectively and thoroughly, said Prof. PAN Jiaofeng, president of CASISD.
Professor CHEN Chunying was named winner of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Environment Prize, according to the announcement released this Tuesday June 8th Beijing time, for her pioneering contributions in exploration of nano–bio interface. Professor CHEN is now working for National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her research on nano–bio interface provides fundamental insights into the fate of nanomaterials in biota and the environment.
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