A Chinese research team has recently made a breakthrough in technologies that allow early prediction of lithium battery thermal runaway, which has been considered one of the biggest bottleneck in the development of electric vehicles.
DP Technology secures 100 million US dollars funding, advances AI for science.
On August 15th, according to the official WeChat account of Energy Singularity, the overall installation of the "Honghuang 70" high-temperature superconducting tokamak device has officially commenced.
On May 18th, it was reported that Chinese researchers from Anhui Province Quantum Computing Engineering Research Center have successfully developed a domestically produced ultra-low temperature sensor for quantum computing. The researchers vividly call it the "quantum chip thermometer".
On May 6th, the award ceremony for China's highest prize in AI science and technology, the "Wu Wen Jun AI Science & Technology Award", was held in Beijing. 60 awarded projects and individuals were recognized and rewarded.
On April 12th, the world's first all-superconducting tokamak device, EAST, achieved a steady-state long-pulse high-confinement mode plasma operation for 403 seconds at high power and temperature.
On April 11th, the Chinese commercial rocket company Galactic Energy successfully completed the supersonic target flight test of "Jifeng-1". It is the first product of Galactic Energy's "Jifeng Series".
Recently, the team from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) developed new aqueous zinc-ion batteries (ZIBs). The related achievement was recently published in the international academic journal PNAS.
Well known Chinese structural biologist Nieng Yan was appointed as the director of Shenzhen Bay Laboratory on March 22.
On March 15th, Haihu Wen's team submitted a 16-page research paper authored by nine different experts on the preprinted website arXiv, which denied Dias's research conclusion. The paper concludes: "Our experiments clearly show that there is no superconductivity in lutetium nitrogen hydrogen material LuH2 xNy from ambient pressure to 6.3 GPa and temperature as low as 10K (about-263 degrees Celsius)."
Chinese Academy of Sciences announced that the High Energy Photon Source (HEPS) accelerator, a major national science and technology infrastructure under the "13th Five Year Plan", has successfully accelerated the first electron beam with full energy. As a result, HEPS entered the parallel phase of scientific research equipment installation and beam adjustment.
On November 30, a Chinese research team published a paper entitled "A membrane-based seawater electron for hydrogen generation" in Nature, which has solved an important problem of hydrogen production by direct electrolysis of seawater.
He Jiankui, a Chinese scientist who announced in 2018 the successful birth of the world's first genetically-edited babies, declared the establishment of a new laboratory in Beijing, where he plans to engage in scientific research on gene therapy for rare genetic diseases.
Daniel Zhang, Chairman and CEO of Alibaba, affirmed at this year's Apsara Conference that technology serves as the cornerstone for the internet giant to maintain its long-term development. Alibaba says that its pursuit of technological advancement remains unchanged.
Nieng Yan, a well-known Chinese structural biologist, announced on November 1 that she would resign as a tenured faculty member at Princeton University and return to China. On November 2, Yan responded to the matter.
On the morning of November 1, Chinese structural biologist Nieng Yan, the Shirley M. Tilghman Professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University, announced that she will resign from the university and set up the Shenzhen Medical Academy of Research and Translation in China.
China's FAST Telescope detected the largest atomic gas system in the universe, and the achievement was subsequently published in the international academic journal Nature on October 19.
China successfully launched the Chuangxin-16 ("Innovation-16") test satellite into space on August 23, developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and propelled by the Kuaizhou-1A carrier rocket.
On Wednesday, the Chinese Academy of Sciences held a press conference to provide updates on the operation of the country's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), and to discuss a series of its important scientific achievements.
Chinese video platform Bilibili is to launch a multi-functional remote-sensing educational satellite, aiming to arouse interest among the youth in China.