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- Ouyang Ziyuan's Moon Dream Coming True
Ouyang Ziyuan's interest in the moon first came when he read about the catastrophic collisions when meteorites hit the Earth.
- Unraveling Toughest Puzzle
Two Chinese mathematicians, Zhu Xiping and Cao Huaidong, have put the final pieces together in the solution to the puzzle that has perplexed scientists around the globe for more than a century.
- From Weaver to Vice President of CAST
Chen Saijuan was elected vice president of the Chinese Association of Science and Technology (CAST), the country's largest science organization, at its seventh national congress which concluded on May 26 in Beijing.
- Astronauts Honored as Top Science Figures
Chinese astronauts Fei Junlong and Nie Haisheng have been named two of the top scientific focus figures of 2005. The heroes of the Shenzhou VI mission received their awards at a ceremony on Sunday. Prizes were also given to another nine people who made an outstanding contribution to science and technology last year.
- Leading Scientist Punished over Chip Research Fraud
Shanghai Jiaotong University said on Friday that the Hanxin computer chip series are fake and the state-funded chip research is fraudulent, and a leading scientist has been punished.
- Scientists Honored by Elite US Academy
Bai Chunli, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Yuan Longping, "father of hybrid rice", were elected as foreign associates of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States, it was announced on Tuesday night (local time) in Washington.
- US Science Journal Invites Chinese Scientist as Editor
Lu Ke, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) was invited to act as editor for US academic weekly journal Science, becoming the first Chinese scientist taking the post, the Beijing Youth Daily reported Thursday.
- Noted Chinese IT Expert Passes away
Wang Xuan, the inventor of a computerized laser photo composition system for Chinese character typesetting and an academic with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, died of illness on Monday at the age of 69.
- Bug Catchers at Forefront of Disease Prevention
While epidemiologists, virologists and microbiologists have been busy looking for ways to fight the deadly H5N1 avian influenza virus, Liang Guodong has been working in the wilderness catching mosquitoes.
- China Honors Top Scientists
China granted its State Scientific and Technological Award Monday in Beijing to Ye Duzheng, an atmospheric physicist, and Wu Mengchao, a liver and gall specialist, the eighth and the ninth Chinese scientists to win the award.
- Five Chinese Women Scientists Awarded
The five winners of this year's Chinese Young Women in Science Fellowship awards were given their prizes at a ceremony in Beijing on November 9, and included experts in psychiatry, conservation biology, bird flu and cancer.
- Cai Shuming Gets Ramsar Award for Science
Cai Shuming from China received on Tuesday the Ramsar Wetland Conservation Award for Science at the ninth meeting of the conference of the contracting parties on wetland (COP9) in Kampala, capital of Uganda.
- Fei Junlong
Fei Junlong, 40, did not expect he could have the honor to become an astronaut piloting Shenzhou VI when he dreamed about being a professional painter in his childhood.
- Nie Haisheng
Nie Haisheng dreamt as a boy that he sprouted two big wings and flew in the sky on the back of a cow. The dream of the child cowherd came true on October 12 albeit in the module of a high-tech spacecraft as the Shenzhou VI blasted off into the skies.
- Lee Starts Job As Boss of Google in China
Kaifu Lee, a target in the on-going fight between Microsoft and Google, has taken up his post as Google's head in China with the aim of recruiting 50 college graduates this year.
- Leading Scientist Searches for New Frontiers
Yang Huanming, chief scientist of China's human genome project, has started exploring the 0.01 percent variations between different individual's human DNA with his team of researchers after leading them to help complete the global Human Genome Project (HGP).
- Yue On-ching Appointed Science Adviser of HK
The government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) appointed Yue On-ching Science Adviser to the Innovation and Technology Commission of Hong Kong Thursday.
- Mathematician Slams Academic Corruption
If academic corruption in China can not be curbed, scientific and technological development in the country will be delayed by 20 years, world-known mathematician Shing-Tung Yau warned recently.
- Renowned Physicist Huang Kun Dies at 86
At the age of 86, Huang Kun, one of the pioneers of modern Chinese physics, passed away in Beijing on Wednesday.
- Father of "China's Silicon Valley" Dies
Chinese scientist Chen Chunxian, founder of Beijing's Zhongguancun hi-tech area, has passed away at the age of 70. The physicist died Monday morning. He made his last contribution to society by donating his corneas to a medical institution.
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