The Journal of Data and Information Science focuses on the science of science from a data and quantitative perspective, aiming to enhance stakeholders' understanding of interactions within the scientific community and the dynamics between science and society.
To ensure smooth running of the Games, thousands of volunteers, workers and staff are ramping up preparation efforts for the Games, including weather forecasts.
The Nantong Riverside 220 kV GIL, the longest of its kind in China, represented a challenge for safety monitoring after it was installed underground in 2020 so that it would not mar the picturesque landscape along the Yangtze.
In Zhang Baomin's home, the lights, television, induction cooker, electric kettle, heaters and other electric appliances all run on solar power, even the agricultural equipment in his apple orchard, such as weeders, electric saws and sprayers.
China's transport network, high-tech and comprehensive, has made going home for the much-awaited annual family reunion convenient and time-efficient for millions of travelers.
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Built up as a good natural ecosystem, the Ulunggur Lake National Wetland Park has become a well-known scenic spot, boosting tourism in Fuhai County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
In the azure waters off the coast of Lingshui in south China's Hainan province, a milestone of technological innovation has been achieved after a 1300-tonne data pod was lowered to its designated position under the sea.
China has come out in force at the Singapore Airshow this year, bringing its largest-ever contingent, and showing off the new C919 — the country's first domestically developed large, narrow-body passenger aircraft.