High-tech Fair Opens in South China City
|Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi announced the opening of the 8th China High-tech Fair in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province on Thursday. Over 160 overseas companies from more than 30 countries and regions have sent delegations to the fair.
|High-tech Fair Draws 450,000 Visitors
|Vice Premier Wu Meets Foreign Guests Attending High-tech Fair
|High-tech Exports and Imports Rise 32.7% in First 4 Months
|China Aims for 20% Rise in High-tech Goods Trade
Scientists Discuss Groundwater Management in Beijing
|More than 240 scientists from 56 countries will gather in Beijing to discuss groundwater and propose strategies for groundwater management during the 34th Congress of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) to be held from Monday to Friday.
|Half of China's Shallow Groundwater Contaminated
|North China Province Warned about Overusing Ground Water
|Xinjiang Moves to Reduce Groundwater Tapping
|Shanghai Cuts Groundwater Consumption to Slow Sedimentation
Proposal to Boost Sino-US Space Cooperation
|China has offered a four-point proposal to boost Sino-US space cooperation, said Sun Laiyan, administrator of China National Space Administration. Sun was speaking on Monday, the day after formal talks with his US counterpart Michael Griffin, administrator of NASA in Beijing.
|Hope for More China, US Cooperation in Space
|NASA Chief in China, Meets Top Officials
|NASA Chief to Visit China
|China, US Discuss Space Cooperation
Biotechnology to Account for 5% of China's GDP by 2020
|A leading Chinese life scientist estimated that the output of China's biotechnology industry will hit two trillion yuan (US$250 billion), or 5 percent of GDP, in 2020.
|Nobel Laureates to Discuss Life Science Developments
|Beijing Builds Asia's Largest Biotech Incubator
|Biotech Research Investment Advocated
|Biotechnology Could Sustain Economy, Gov't Told
400 Volunteers Needed for 2nd Trial of Bird Flu Vaccine
|400 volunteers are needed for the second round of testing of a bird flu vaccine, after the first phase of clinical trials showed that it is safe for human use.
|Bird Flu Vaccine For Humans Ready
|Production on Bird Flu Vaccine to Kickstart
|Human Bird Flu Vaccine Tests Safe, Effective
|New Bird Flu Vaccines Developed
|Massive Outbreak Unlikely
Pluto Demoted After Definition of Planet
|The resolution of a planet definition, the first of its kind in the astronomical history, was adopted in Prague Thursday after days of fierce debate and effectively kicked Pluto out of the planet group in the solar system.
|China to Host 2012 Int'l Astronomical Union Conference
|Solar System to Have 3 New Members?
|1st Pluto Probe Begins 9-year Trip
Foundations Laid for Experimental UHV Grids
|China laid the foundations of an experimental project involving Ultra High Voltage (UHV) grids in the north, marking the country's first move toward long-distance power transmission through 1,000-kilovolt alternating grids.
|State Grid to Build First UHV Line
|China to Launch Experimental Project of UHV Grids
Electrical Problems Likely Sparked Maglev Fire
|The investigation into the fire on Shanghai's maglev train last Friday is likely to show that electrical problems were the cause. A joint investigation by German manufacturers and Chinese experts was launched after the fire.
|German Experts Join Investigation into Shanghai Maglev Fire
|Fire on Shanghai Maglev Train Worries Germany
|Shanghai Maglev Train Catches Fire
|China May Abandon Shanghai-Hangzhou Maglev Line
|China-Germany Agreement on Maglev Rail Link
Why Do Giant Pandas Often Give Birth to Twins?
|Giant pandas may be rare, but they are aces at having twins. "The chances of twins are about 50 percent for giant pandas in captivity," Yu Jianqiu, director of the Chengdu Zoo and an expert on giant pandas, told Xinhua Tuesday.
|Chinese Scientists Happy with Baby Boom of Giant Pandas
|Chubbiest Panda Cub Born in SW China
|Giant Panda Twins Born in Chengdu
|Unruly Giant Panda Gives Birth After Artificial Insemination
|Giant Panda Habitat Makes World Heritage List
China's First Facial Transplant Patient Returns Home
|China's first facial transplant patient was discharged Friday after undergoing successful surgery in Xijing Hospital in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
|China's First Face Transplant Recipient Smiles
|The Life of China's 1st Face Transplant Patient
|Doctors Hopeful over Face Transplant Success
|Face Transplant Patient Doing Well
|China's 1st Face Transplant