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China-Kazakhstan Joint Laboratory for Remote Sensing Technology and Application Starts Operation in Almaty

An opening ceremony for the China-Kazakhstan Joint Laboratory for Remote Sensing Technology and Application was held in Almaty on March 27, 2024, marking the official start of the operation of the laboratory.
The opening ceremony signifies the pragmatic cooperation between China and Kazakhstan. XIEG and KazNU will collaborate in scientific research, technological development, and personnel training at the laboratory, better benefiting the people in both countries.

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Efforts in Seeds Preservation Paid off on SW China's Yulong Snow Mountain

Lijiang Alpine Botanic Garden of Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, is located in the Yulong Snow Mountain. With an elevation difference of about 1 kilometer, seeds could be conserved under favorable conditions in this area.

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  • Chinese Scientists Construct Database of Nutrient Concentrations in Chinese Lakes

    Chinese scientists have constructed a database of nutrient concentrations in Chinese lake sediments, which reveals their historical changes and can be used to predict water quality and environmental conditions in various lake areas.

  • New Study Sheds Light on Mammals' Early Evolution

    A study led by Chinese scientists on Jurassic mammals has shed light on the early evolution of mammals, according to the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The study provides a complete chain of evidence for the evolution of the mammalian middle ear, a world puzzle, said Mao Fangyuan with the IVPP.

  • Chinese Researchers Reveal Mating Dynamics of Ancient Insects in Amber

    The discovery of a group of water striders trapped in amber, engaged in copulation millions of years ago, has sparked excitement among scientists, providing a unique opportunity for researchers to gain insights into the behaviors of ancient insects. Chinese researchers have revealed the mating behavior and potential sexual conflicts of the insects through the first fossil record of Cretaceous water striders in copulation from northern Myanmar, which dated back to the mid-Cretaceous some 100 million years ago.

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