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  • A Canadian Mom's Love for Yunnan

    Rouhieh Tabibzadegan, a Canadian teacher at Yunnan University of Finance and Economics (YUFE), shared her personal experience of China's development, especially the changes and achievements of compulsory education in rural Yunnan, with Science and Technology Daily recently.

  • China's Favorable Academic Environment

    Based on my experience working and studying in China, I can say with full confidence that China has built one of the most favorable academic environments for researchers. There are a lot of opportunities to conduct research in China's universities, and the main reason is that government funding has been abundant and investment in the higher education system has been strong and sustained.

  • From Peanut Butter to Diamonds-
    Exploring the Mysteries of Science

    During a science outreach activity held on May 27, Thomas Meier, a German scientist from the Center for High-Pressure Science & Technology Advanced Research, explained the fascinating process of diamond synthesis. "Diamond synthesis is a well-established method nowadays. It only takes a starting material rich in carbon, for example, peanut butter, and the right pressure and temperature conditions to make diamonds," Meier said when sharing his research results with an on-site audience.

  • Language, Carrier of Culture and Bridge of Communication

    Dr. Agshin Aliyev, director of the Department of Azerbaijani Language at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), and founder and director of the China Research Center at Khazar University Azerbaijan, has been awarded the title of "My Favourite Foreign Teacher" in China in 2019 along with a "Certificate of Honour" of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences in 2022 in recognition of his contributions to China-Azerbaijan cultural exchange.

  • Foreign Experts Expand Their Careers in China

    From May 22 to 27, an event called Foreign Experts' Visit to Zhejiang 2023 was held in Hangzhou and Shaoxing, Zhejiang province.

  • Seeing is Believing

    I come from the small town of Mullingar, located in County Westmeath in the middle of Ireland. After graduating from the Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS) with a master's degree in business, I decided to move to China after a meeting with Ms. Wang Liping, who ran a cooperative international exchange program with TUS.

  • To Ignite Public Curiosity About Science

    Professor Henry Curran, a renowned scientist, is the director of the Combustion Chemistry Center at University of Galway in Ireland and an honorary professor at Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) in China.

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.