One city in China registered an air quality index of 999, which is literally off the charts.
A new energy leader.
Made in China might become a stamp for innovation, not replication.
China has been making great progress, but there’s still a ways to go.
China is making strides in its own space program.
Get ready for yet another billion-dollar Chinese electric car company.
An army made to last forever.
China’s audacious plan to seize the space tourism market.
Big country, big telescope.
Another stepping stone in China’s long road to achieve space dominance.
Power from thin air. Lots and lots of power.
The Chinese space program is taking huge strides forward.
Teleporting quantum states might the future of communications, and China is leading the way.
The trial will alter T cells in an attempt to treat lung cancer patients.
Built to boldly probe where no man has probed before.
A Shenzhen startup has received 200 orders for the Martin Jetpack, what they call “the world’s first practical and commercial jetpack”.
A virus similar to SARS has been identified in Chinese horseshoe bats that may be able to infect humans without prior adaptation. Overcoming this genetic barrier could be the first step for an outbreak, according to a study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
China’s National Space Administration released a trove of images from their lunar rover and they’re spectacular. We’re talking hundreds of tantalizing, HD and never-before-seen images of the Moon! You can set up an account on China’s Science and Application Center for Moon and Deepspace Exploration website and have a look for yourself, view and download all the pictures you like – but
Talks are in full force in Paris at the COP21 climate change conference, but meanwhile in China, Beijing is going through one of its hardest smog events ever. The mayor of Beijing announced on Monday its first red alert for pollution, showing that Chinese smog is still a huge problem.
As China’s cities struggle with smog more and more, one man has started an interesting project to raise awareness: he wandered the streets of Beijing with a vacuum cleaner gathering smog and turned it into a brick. Meet “Nut Brother,” a 34-year-old artist and activist from Shenzhen. Of course, he understands vacuuming smog will do nothing to change the quality of air in