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    • Young Researchers Get Hand Up

      The initiative puts forward a series of concrete measures to support them.

    • Blueprint Launched for Premium Green Energy Development

      The plan laid out the country's blueprint to produce more renewable power.

    • Beijing to Stimulate Vitality of Its Digital Economy

      In recent years, Beijing has witnessed rapid development in its digital economy. To further stimulate the vitality of the digital economy, an action plan for the development of the whole industrial chain of this industry was rolled out by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology on May 30.

    • Smart Customs Means Efficient Service

      At Nansha Port in south China's Guangzhou city, shortly after a container ship arrives, dozens of HD cameras installed on berths and cranes begin to collect video information of the containers, and quickly transmit it to the cloud via 5G network, so that customs officials in the monitoring center can remotely carry out inspection of the goods.

    • Law-based Wetland Protection Milestone

      To strengthen efforts in conservation of wetlands, China's first Wetland Protection Law came into force on June 1, 2022. The law stipulates the top-level design of wetland protection and management work, marking a new stage of law-based wetland protection in the country.

    • Comprehensive Policies Safeguard Grain Production

      As the most populous country in the world, China not only has enough food for its people, but also offers them a wide range of choices. In order to ensure a bumper summer harvest, a series of supporting policies have been introduced this year until now.

    • Digital Transformation to Reinvent Culture Sectors

      From digital books and magazines to VR and AR museums, digital transformation is changing ways of making and producing cultural products, pushing culture-related enterprises to reinvent their business practices and models.

    • Control on New Pollutants Escalated

      The governance of the new pollutants is a priority of ecological and environmental protection during China's 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025). On May 24, the State Council released the Guideline on New Pollutants Control to ensure the safety of the ecological environment and the health of the people.

    • More Incentives for China's High-tech Listed SOEs

      An effective and diversified incentive system should be established for China's state-owned listed enterprises (or listed SOEs), and more incentives should be given to high-tech listed SOEs to further promote their growth.

    • Cultivating Talent for Green China

      The Action Plan for Strengthening the Construction of Higher Education Talent Training System in Carbon Sector was released by the Ministry of Education, which lays out key tasks for training talented individuals in the new era.

    • Sci-tech Management System Reform on Track

      Reform of China's sci-tech management system has gone deeper.

    Top News

    • In the 1970s, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) named a lunar crater after Ming Dynasty official Wan Hoo, (also known as Wan Hu), in recognition of his daring attempt at space travel. This historical figure may have led us to imagine that space exploration began far earlier than we believe.

    China, CIAT Keep Fruitful Cooperation

    Juan Lucas Restrepo, director-general of the Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) in Rome, said that he is "extremely proud" of the accomplishments gained in numerous cooperative projects with Chinese partners, such as CATAS and other organizations.

    Starlink:Blurring the Civilian-Military Line

    UNESCO defines science as, "One of the most important channels of knowledge, which has a specific role, as well as a variety of functions, for the benefit of our society." But it seems that some countries have seldom followed this rule. During the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, Starlink (satellites), a civil technology that aims to "benefit all humankind," is also being used in the war.

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