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Sun Erupts in Biggest Storm in Years
One of the largest known solar flares erupted from the sun on Tuesday, heralding a storm of superheated gas that could hit Earth within a day.
High-tech Fair Nets Business
Participants talked business on Tuesday at the ongoing high-tech fair held in Hefei, capital of Anhui Province. The event, which was organized by the World Technopolis Association, is convened in the Chinese mainland for the first time
Ins And Outs of 'China-US Human Cloning Experiment' Dispute
The Wall Street Journal lately carried a piece of shocking news saying James Grifo, professor of New York University School of Medicine, is cooperating with Sun Yat-sen University, in south China's Guangzhou, for a tri-genetic fertilization experiment.
Cloned Cow Gives Birth in Shandong
Cloned cow "Shuang Shuang" gave birth to a female calf Wednesday night in east China's Shandong Province. Scientists agreed that the birth of the calf, Jian Jian, proved that cloned cattle had normal reproductive abilities.
SMS, On-line Gaming Make China's Richest Man
Ding Lei, the 30-year-old boss of one of China's most well-known Internet portals, NetEase.com, topped the latest annual list of the richest 100 Chinese.
Herb Therapy: Hope for AIDS Patients?
Chinese scientists have announced that a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) that has proved effective against AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is set to go on the market after up to 20 years of development and trials.
Nation Carries on 3G Testing
The world's largest mobile telecommunications market will start the second phase of its trial of the third generation (3G) mobile communications system soon, but this may also mean that the issuing of licenses in China for that technology will have to wait for another year until the results are made available.
Computers Push up Countryside Profits
Before a computerized agricultural assistance system was introduced into their homes, farmers in the southwestern mountain area of Wuling had never seen a machine with a screen, a keyboard and a mouse -- which is more commonly known as a computer.
Nation Steps up Efforts to Ensure Biosafety
China is taking a series of measures, including drafting laws and regulations, to ensure biosafety amid growing use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) technology in the country.
DNA to Be Added to Chinese Passport
Sources from the first China Strategic Symposium for Tech Development Bio-metrics Password released that bio-metrics, including iris, fingerprint, and DNA, will be added on ID cards and passports for identity confirmation.
SARS Lab in Safety Query
WHO has issued a warning in Geneva that SARS is likely to resurge in November due to a lack of current reliable safety measures in some countries' medical labs. After the outbreak of SARS, BSL3 labs in China have been hastily put into use in quick succession. Are these labs safe? A reporter from Dongfang Morning News based in Shanghai recently interviewed experts on the issue.
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