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  • Southward-pointing Cart Mechanics

    The southward-pointing cart was a historic mechanical device, which was invented and used earlier than the compass. More than five thousand years ago, ancient Chinese had utilized it to indicate direction.

  • World's Largest Synthesis Radiotelescope Advancing Solar Research

    The telescope array is a milestone in the country's space environment ground-based comprehensive monitoring network (phase-2 Meridian Project) and will provide high-quality observation data for solar physics and space weather research in China.

  • BRI Projects Commit to Environment Protection 

    For the past decade since the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was proposed, China has been working closely with partner countries to actively promote green and low carbon transformation of the energy sector. In particular, the cooperation in renewable energy has made massive achievements. Some examples of these can be found in South Africa, Cambodia and Argentina.

  • Growing Together With BRI

    The Third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing on October 17 and 18. In a recent program filmed by Science and Technology Daily, themed Youth on Tech, four distinguished young experts shared their BRI experiences and insights with audiences.

  • Baodun Culture Fills Gap in History

    The Baodun Culture is a late Neolithic culture that developed in the Chengdu Plain in southwestern China and its adjacent region from 2500-1700 B.C.

  • Water-powered Trip Hammer for Husking

    The water-powered trip hammer is a grain processing tool that uses the power of running water to grind grains, which was invented in the Western Han Dynasty(202 BC-8 AD).

  • Jakarta-Bandung HSR: Chinese Tech Travels Overseas

    As the first High-speed Railway (HSR) in Indonesia, the Jakarta-Bandung HSR officially went into operation on October 2, cutting the 142.3 km trip between the two cities from three hours to a blistering 40 minutes.

  • SKA Milestone Displays China's Scientific Dedication

    The first mid-frequency dish antenna designed for the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) radio telescope began assembly in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei province, on September 20.This is also the first of the 64 mid-frequency dish antennas China will contribute to the SKA, based on an agreement reached in December 2022 between the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Square Kilometer Array Observatory (SKAO).

  • Green and Hi-Tech Asian Games: A Platform for Unity

    On September 23, the day of Autumn Equinox, one of the traditional Chinese solar terms, the opening ceremony of the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province, offered the spectators?from the world?a Chinese-style romance integrating the ancient civilization and hi-tech elements.??

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The Rise of China's Higher Education

The development and success of education plays a big part? in a country's comprehensive national strength. Additionally, education, especially higher education, serves as an important support mechanism for a leading country to achieve more self-reliance and strength in science and technology.