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WEEKLY REVIEW

Source: Science and Technology Daily | 2022-01-27 10:09:08 | Author: Staff Reporters


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    New Record Set in Long-haul Quantum Distribution

    Chinese scientists have implemented twin-field quantum key distribution through an 833-km optical fiber, setting a new world record in the relevant field. The experiment, led by researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China, is a solid step towards building reliable and efficient terrestrial quantum -secure networks over a scale of 1,000 km.

    China Launches New Model of UAV

    China's independently -developed Wing Loong large unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) family has embraced a new model made of all-composite materials, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) announced on January 21. The Wing Loong -1E all -composite multipurpose large UAV successfully completed its maiden flight on January 18, said the AVIC.

    Working Across Authorities for Low-carbon Development

    The Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development signed strategic cooperation agreements to deepen cooperation in key areas such as green and low-carbon development in urban and rural areas.

    A New Autism's Therapy Method Developed

    A large-scale study of fecal microbiota transplants (FMTs) for children with autism is launched in China. More than a dozen hospitals across the country are participating in the research, recruiting volunteer families. Preliminary study has proved that a gut microbiota impairment could play a key role in the development of autism.

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Top News

  • The use of bow and arrow for hunting and warfare dates back to the Paleolithic period in many parts of the world. Thousands of years ago, the crossbow was then invented by Chinese on the basic bow design, expanding the use of mechanical and hand-held weapons, and revolutionizing the battlefield.

China, France to Deepen Sci-tech Cooperation

Wang Zhigang, minister of science and technology, said, "We hope this program will encourage more Chinese and French research teams to participate in sci-tech exchanges and cooperation, and encourage institutions to establish joint laboratories and other long-term cooperation platforms."

U. S. Sanctions Will Not Halt Rise of China's Chip Industry

U.S. chip export controls will not affect China's 30-year head start in nurturing its stockpile of rare earth metals, skilled chip designers and engineers, and thousands of indigenous suppliers.