The Isotope Laboratory of Gansu Province, which centers on isotopes and related technologies, was officially established on January 20th in Lanzhou of China's Northwest Province Gansu. The laboratory will focus on cutting-edge research on the synthesis of superheavy elements and the island of stability, development and demonstration of isotope technologies.
"Bay area development begins with globalization and depends on high-degree openness," said PAN Jiaofeng, president of the Institutes of Science and Development (CASISD) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, at the First Global Bay Area Forum held on 11-12 January, 2020. The theme of the Forum was "Development of the Bay Area and the World".
On January 1, the Bi36 + beam with the energy of 150 MeV/u was extracted smoothly within 3 seconds from the main cooling storage ring at the Heavy Ion Research Facility in Lanzhou (HIRFL). It is the first time that the beam with the maximum magnetic rigidity has been extracted by the slow extraction system at HIRFL-CSRm. This great improvement will benefit users in material research, bioscience and other application science at HIRFL.
The Heavy Ion Research Facility in Lanzhou (HIRFL) provided Bi55+ beam for users on January 7. The beam was generated by the combination of three different types of accelerators. The new operation mode will greatly improve the efficiency and capacity of HIRFL.
A Collaborative Lab was established to support cross-border data flows by the Computer Network Information Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and its partners on December 26, 2019. With cross-border data flows as the research priority, the lab will support the big data development strategy and the growth of digital economy through its research on regulating the cross-boarder data flows from various aspects such as policies, industries, technologies and applications.
The 8th High Energy Cosmic Radiation Detection (HERD) International Workshop was held in Xi'an from Dec. 16 to 18 to enhance cooperation in indirect dark matter searches with unprecedented sensitivity, precise cosmic ray spectrum and composition measurements up to the knee energy, as well as the and gamma-ray monitoring and surveys.
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