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  • China's Civil Code introduces regulations on human gene editing

    China's Civil Code, adopted at the third session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in May 2020, includes tightened provisions on human gene editing to minimize the threats the technology poses to "personality rights," ethics, and public interests.

  • China to build another 600,000 5G base stations in 2021

    China will build more than 600,000 5G base stations in 2021, according to a press conference held by the country's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) in January.

  • Qingdao Port opens new international routes

    Qingdao Port of Shandong Port Group opened three new international sea routes on Jan. 19, bringing the number of the company's container routes to 305. 

  • Meteorological services for Beijing 2022 to be tested

    With one year to go until the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the meteorological services for the Games are ready to be tested in a series of winter sports events this year, announced the Meteorological Center for the Games under the China Meteorological Administration (CMA). 

  • China-developed hydrogen-fueled hybrid locomotive rolls off assembly line

    The first China-developed hydrogen fuel cell hybrid locomotive, designed by CRRC Datong Co., Ltd, rolled off the production line on Jan. 27, marking a key breakthrough in China's hydrogen energy utilization technology and railway locomotive equipment.

  • Top 10 international science stories of 2020

    Top 10 international science stories of 2020

  • Responding to coronavirus mutation: China in action

    China has been taking action to prevent and tackle risks posed by inbound COVID-19 variants, according to a news briefing held by the State Council's inter-agency task force on Jan. 9.

  • China debuts superconducting maglev train prototype

    A prototype high-speed train that uses high-temperature superconducting (HTS) maglev technology was unveiled in Chengdu, capital of China's southwest Sichuan province. The prototype marks a breakthrough in China's HTS high-speed maglev technology.

  • Chinese scientists achieve quantum communication breakthrough

    According to the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), important new progress has been made in the research of quantum communication and quantum networks. Taking advantage of high-quality entangled photon pair sources, scientists have realized long-distance quantum entanglement purification through 11 km fiber for the first time, with purification efficiency more than 6,000 times higher than the international level.

  • Key tasks for China's sci-tech works outlined in Beijing

    China's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) will in the next five years work to foster basic research through applications, strengthen the country's strategic sci-tech capabilities, and facilitate institutional reform, said Minister Wang Zhigang in Beijing on Tuesday.

  • China's top 10 sci-tech triumphs in 2020

    Here we list China's top 10 scientific and technological accomplishments during 2020:

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  • China's Civil Code, adopted at the third session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in May 2020, includes tightened provisions on human gene editing to minimize the threats the technology poses to "personality rights," ethics, and public interests.

Chinese and Malaysian Media and Think Tanks Discuss Sci-Tech Cooperation to Empower the Future

The Technology Empowering the Future:China-Malaysia Think Tank and Media Cooperation Forum was held on January 15, 2021.Representatives from Chinese and Malaysian media think tanks and sci-tech enterprises conducted in-depth discussions on "Empowering the Future through Technology -- New Prospects for Digital Cooperation between Think Media in the 5G Era".

China was in the front line of the epidemic and made key contributions to the scientific community

China held a ceremony in Beijing for honoring people fighting COVID-19 with national medals on September 8. To know more about the international reactions, Science and Technology Daily Reporter Zhang Jiaxing interviewed Dr. Lawrence Banks and Dr. Alessandro Marcello from International Centre Engineering and Biotechnology.

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