- [Aug 25, 2014]Funding to Increase for Young Scientists
- [Dec 28, 2012]It's Elemental: Accurate Analysis of Earth's Core with Molecular Dynamics Simulation
- [Dec 28, 2012]Silver Sheds Light On Superconductor Secrets
- [Dec 28, 2012]China Focus: Chinese Scientists Find Evidence for Speed of Gravity
- [Dec 26, 2012]Daya Bay Neutrino Experiment Results Listed Breakthrough of the Year 2012
- [Dec 26, 2012]IECAS’ Deep Ice Radar Sets off for Kunlun Station with Inland Ice Sheet Division of Ch...
- [Dec 25, 2012]Nature: Yangtze Finless Porpoises in Peril
- [Dec 24, 2012]Chinese Breakthrough in Shrinking IC Technology Developed in IMECAS
- [Dec 20, 2012]Rescuing Roly-Poly Yangtze 'River Pig'
- [Dec 18, 2012]Chinese Scientists Discover Evidence of Giant Panda's Population History and Local Adap...
- [Dec 10, 2012]Guardian: Turning Urine into Brain Cells
- [Dec 10, 2012]Experts Call for Greater Protection of Endangered Finless Porpoise
- [Dec 10, 2012]China Forms Research Alliance between nat'l, Local Academies of Sciences
- [Dec 06, 2012]Explaining That “A-ha!” Moment: Chinese Scientist Wins Psychological Award for Excell...
- [Dec 03, 2012]Giant Panda Extinction Fears Ruled out
- [Dec 03, 2012]Bringing Innovation and Business together
- [Dec 03, 2012]Chinese Scientists Pinpoint Source of Huaihe River
- [Nov 30, 2012]Science Chief Wants to See China Lead the Way in Scientific Breakthroughs
- [Nov 30, 2012]Realizing and Characterizing Bond-selective Chemistry in Single Functionalized Molecules
- [Nov 30, 2012]Chinese, UK Scientists Pioneer Technique to Predict Ecosystem Crises
From the President
- The Chinese Academy of Sciences looks back proudly on 2012 as a year of world-class scientific achievements as well as a year of organizational reform designed to foster even greater results. Last year, CAS honed ideas and concepts formulated over the past two years into an initiative called “Innovation 2020”. At the heart of this initiative is the goal of transforming CAS into an organization defined by democratization, openness and reliance on talent. CAS has achieved broad consensus for this program, which will enhance research freedom, improve research quality, deploy resources more efficiently and bring greater benefit to society, while integrating CAS’s functions as a research institution, higher education organization and academic society.
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